Michael Guarino

Michael Guarino

Ph.D. student
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Spooner Hall

Michael Guarino is an archaeologist interested in Paleoindian adaptations and the relationship between humans and their environments following the Last Glacial Maximum.

Research: 

Studies Paleoindian archaeology on the High Plains, specifically lithic remains. Other interests include paleoenvironmental studies and the peopling of the New World

Education: 

Bachelor of Science from Southern Methodist University in 2009

Teaching: 

GTA for ANTH 108/308 An Introduction to Cultural Anthropology at the University of Kansas during Fall 2014/Spring 2015

Professional Presentations: 

Co-author on poster presented at PaleoAmerican Odyssey Conference in Santa Fe, NM in 2013 titled The Paleoenvironmental and Archaeological Context of the Late Pleistocene- early Holocene Transition at the Kibridge Site

Major Field Experience: 

Mugello Valley Archaeological Project, Tuscany, Italy (2008-2012)
Kibridge Site, NW Colorado (2013)
University of Kansas 2013 Summer Field School in Republic County, Kansas (2013)

Professional Societies: 

Member of the Society for American Archeology