Archaeology & CRM Graduate Student
Research interests: behavioral archaeology, paleoclimate reconstructions, and Fremont subsistence economies.
2014: Elizabeth presented her work on GIS models of horticultural suitability at the 2014 Great Basin Anthropological Conference and the Society for American Archaeology 2015 Annual Meeting. She received third place in the first annual Cordell Prize for Best Extemporaneous Talk at the 87th Pecos Conference. 2015: Elizabeth will present at the Rocky Mountain Great Basin Anthropological Conference, September 2015, in Steamboat Springs, Colorado.