Morgan Smith Named Graduate Student Representative
Center graduate student Morgan Smith was named as a graduate student representative for the Advisory Council on Underwater Archaeology. He is the first graduate student specializing in prehistoric (First Americans) underwater archaeology to be named to the board!
Morgan is a Ph.D. graduate student at Texas A&M University in the Anthropology program. Morgan specialized in geoarchaeology, underwater landscapes, and Paleoindian archaeology. Morgan has extensive experience working on submerged prehistoric sites in Florida and throughout the United States. We are excited to have Morgan’s expertise concerning prehistoric cultural resources and his commitment to public outreach on our board. He has a B.A. in Anthropology for the University of West Florida.
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