Beyond digging in the dirt: CSU researcher uses geophysical, digital exploration to investigate North America’s first city

Geoarchaeologist Ed Henry and colleagues received a $312K NSF grant to investigate the mounds at Cahokia, the largest and most influential urban settlement of the Mississippian culture in 1050 C.E., using magnetometry instruments that are non-invasive and non-destructive.

Conservation and Anthropology Meet in Utila, Honduras

by Suzanne Kent Faculty member Suzanne Kent, Ph.D. and M.A. candidate Cheri Smarr-Foster assisted with an ethnographic research project on the small island of Utila, Honduras in July of 2016.  They worked in collaboration with a team, including the research lead, Keri Brondo, Ph.D. of the University of Memphis.  Luis Chévez Contreras with the Bay […]