Employment and University Awards
Ahmad, Sadaf (Ph.D. 2006, cultural anthropology) is an Assistant Professor at Lahore University of Management Sciences at the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, in Pakistan.
Babson, David (Ph.D. 2010, archaeology) Adjunct instructor at Hobart-William Smith College.
Cerveny, Lee (Ph.D. 2004, cultural anthropology) is a Research Social Scientist at the USDA Forest Services, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Seattle, WA.
Cromwell, Robert (Ph.D. 2006, archaeology) is a Project Archaeologist at Fort Vancouver, National Park Service, Washington.
DeLong, Trudy (Ph.D. student, cultural anthropology) Resident Director for the South India Term Abroad , Madurai, India (a program run by a consortium of institutions of higher learning—Bates, Bodoin, George Washington University, Smith, Grinnell, Dickinson, Whittier College, and University of Denver).
Derby, Paul (Ph.D. 2008, cultural anthropology) is a tenured Professor of Anthropology in Sociology, Social Work, Criminal Justice Department at Castleton State College, Vermont.
Dunn, Shannon (Ph.D. 2008, archaeology) accepted a position at Brockington and Associates, a Cultural Resources Consulting Firm in Savannah, GA.
Ellis, Meredith (Ph.D. student, archaeology) was awarded the Gordon Bowles Essay Prize for an outstanding paper with an Anthropological Focus: "The Children of Spring Street: Life and Rickets in a Nineteenth Century Congregation".
Ettenger, Kreg (Ph.D. 2004, cultural anthropology) is an Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the University of Southern Maine, Gorham, ME.
Etter, Connie (Ph.D. candidate, cultural anthropology) Executive Director, South India Term Abroad (Office for Study Abroad; The George Washington University; 812 20th St. NW; Washington, DC 20052).
Farag, George (Ph.D. 2007, cultural anthropology) is the Assistant Vice President for Regional External Programs at American University of Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon.
Gaiba, Francesca (Ph.D. 2007, cultural anthropology) is the Associate Director, Office of Social Science Research, University of Illinois at Chicago.
Gibson, Heather (Ph.D. 2007, archaeology) is a tenure track Assistant Professor of Anthropology, School of World Studies, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia beginning in August 2008. She was also awarded the 2008 Maxwell Schools Doctoral Prize for Outstanding Dissertation. Her dissertation was titled "Daily Practice and Domestic Economies in Guadeloupe: An Archaeological and Historical Study".
Gijanto, Liza (Ph.D. 2010, archaeology) has accepted a tenure track, assistant professor appointment in the Department of Anthropology at the St. Mary’s College Maryland. Liza defended her dissertation, titled “Change and the Era of the Atlantic Trade: Commerce and Interaction in the Niumi Commercial Center (The Gambia)”, in May 2010 supervised by Chris DeCorse. Her dissertation was awarded the 2012 Outstanding Dissertation Prize by the Society for Historical Archaeology. Prior to her tenure track appointment, Liza had been on the St. Mary’s faculty in full time, non-tenure track position.
Harasta, Jesse (Ph.D. candidate, cultural anthropology) was awarded the Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award by the Graduate School at Syracuse University.
Keles, Fethi (Ph.D. candidate, cultural anthropology) Visiting Instructor in the Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences at Cazenovia College. Fethi is a columnist writing on refuee matters for Anthropology News.
Knight, Lisa (Ph.D. 2005, cultural anthropology) is an Assistant Professor at Furman University, Greenville, SC.
Kruczek-Aaron, Hadley (Ph.D. 2007, archaeology) is a tenure track Assistant Professor of Anthropology at SUNY Potsdam, Potsdam, NY. She was also awarded the 2008 Maxwell Schools Doctoral Prize for Outstanding Dissertation. Her dissertation was titled Struggling with Moral Authority: Religion, Reform and Everyday Life in Nineteenth-Century Smithfield, New York.
Lampe, Frederick (Ph.D. 2006, cultural anthropology) is an Assistant Professor of Community Development & Witness and the Director of the Master of Arts program in Theology, Development and Evangelism at the Wartburg Theological Seminary in Debuque, IA.
Lee, Chris (Ph.D. 2002, Cultural anthropology) was awarded the Faculty Teaching Award at Canisius College.
Lee, Lori (Ph.D. candidate, archaeology) is an Archaeology Lab Supervisor at Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest, Forest, VA.
Manfra, Allison (MA student, archaeology), is an archaeologist at the Institute for Long Island Archaeology at Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY.
Morrissey, Suzanne (Ph.D. 2006, cultural anthropology) is the executive director of Blue Mountain Heart to Heart, in Walla Walla, WA.
Narasimhan, Haripriya (Ph.D. 2006, cultural anthropology) is a Research Fellow at the Economic and Social Research Council, UK. November 2007-November 2010.
Peshkova, Svetlana (Ph.D. 2006, cultural anthropology) is a visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Religion at Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY.
Pippin, Douglas (Ph.D. candidate, archaeology) is a full-time visiting instructor at SUNY Oswego, Oswego, NY.
Portillo, Jamie (Ph.D. candidate, archaeology) Adjunct Instructor, Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology Texas Christian University.
Priest Amati, Jill (Ph.D. 2011, cultural anthropology) has accepted a tenure track position as assistant professor in the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences at Alfred State College.
Rebovich, Samantha (Ph.D. 2011, archaeology) Curator, Dockyard Museum, Antigua and Barbuda National Parks Authority, English Harbour, Antigua.
Richard, Francois (Ph.D. 2007, archaeology) is a tenure track Assistant Professor at the University of Chicago, Chicago, IL.
Roache, Amy (Ph.D. candidate, archaeology) was awarded the Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award by the Graduate School at Syracuse University.
Selmeski, Brian (Ph.D. 2007, cultural anthropology) a tenure track Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the Air Force Culture and Language Center at Air University, Maxwell AFB, Alabama.
Servigna, Ana. (Ph.D. 2011, cultural anthropology) Adjunct Assistant Professor, Anthropology Department, Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida.
Stahlgren, Lori (Ph.D. candidate, archaeology) is a staff archaeologist at Kentucky Archaeological Survey, Lexington, KY.
Steindorf, Sally (Ph.D. 2007, cultural anthropology) is an Assistant Professor in Sociology and Anthropology at Principia College, Elsah, IL.
Werner, William (Ph.D. candidate, archeaology) was awarded a Graduate Student Fellowship from the Smithsonian Institution to study a potter collection.
Wilcock-Maye, Stephanie (MA 2004, Cultural) is the Deputy Director of the Economic Growth Office at the U.S. Embassy in Amman, Jordan.