Grad Student Directory
Lauren Walls graduated with a B.S. in Anthropology from College of Charleston in 2007. She has worked on various research projects abroad, including survey in Southern Turkey and exacavations in Scotland. Since receiving her B.S., Lauren has worked as a Field and Lab Technician for various Engineering and CRM companies throughout the continental U.S. Her interests include pre-historic settlement patterns, dietary reconstruction, and lithic technologies. Her thesis will focus on a dietary reconstruction of the pre-historic community living on Thompson's Bayou (located on the UWF campus) during the Woodland period.
Degree and Focus: Prehistoric Archaeology, Terrestrial.
Positions and Honors:
- 2012-13 -- UWF Anthropology, Outstanding Graduate Assistant
- 2012-14 -- Research Assistant, Dr. Ramie Gougeon - Analysis of archaeobotanical samples from Thompson's Landing (8ES950) and managing the flotation of soil samples from UWF-excavated sites
- 2013-14 -- President, Graduate Anthropological Association
- 2013 -- Field Director, UWF Campus Survey Terrestrial Field School