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  1. 1. Uri August GrunderDoctorate of PhilosophyDepartment of Interdisciplinary ArchaeologyWashington University, St. Louis, IllinoisPhone: (209) 541-5893 E-mail: uag2@humboldt.eduEDUCATION2013 Bachelor of Arts, AnthropologyHumboldt State University, Arcata, CA2018 Doctorate of Philosophy, Geoarchaeology, Paleoethnobotany, andZooarcaheologyWashington University, St. Louis, ILDissertation: Omniarchaeology: The Power of Interdisciplinary Investigations inArchaeology at the Philio Site in Shambo, EthiopiaResearch InterestsGeoarchaeological Method and Theory Archaeology of the Old WorldGeophysical Methods in Archaeology Anthropological LinguisticsInterdisciplinary GIS Concepts Experimental ArchaeologyCultural Resource Management Native Tribes of the North American RegionSoils Theory and Management Paleobotany and HistoryQuaternary Stratigraphy Domestication PatterningForensic Anthropology Organic ChemistryGeology of California Cultural GeographyAdvanced Statistics Zooarchaeological Method and TheoryAncient History of Ethiopia EthnographyUNIVERSITY SERVICEClub Officer, Anthropology Club, HSU (2010 – 2011 & 2012 – 2013)Instructor Supervisor, Archaeology Club, Washington University (2018-2019)COURSES TAUGHTArchaeology Lab (Fall 2018).Course description: Utilizing experimental archaeology to further understand the archaeological record.Responsibilities: Class lecturer and demonstration coordinator for the lithics portion of the course.Flintknapping and the construction of an Atlatl were the course objective.Cultural Anthropology (Fall 2018).Course Description: Introduce students outside of Anthropology the basic concepts behind CulturalAnthropological use and approach.Cultural Resource Management (Spring 2019).Course Description: This class is designed to introduce students to CRM Archaeology. Students becomefamiliar with the main legislature used in CRM.Grunder CV
  2. 2. Geoarchaeology History and Development (Spring 2019).Course Description: Introduce students to the history of Geoarchaeological approaches and examine otheruses of geological methods in archaeological practice.Zooarchaeology (Spring 2019).Course Description: Familiarize students with Zooarchaeological methods using real time data sets fromhistorically excavated sites and education designated faunal comparative collections.Paleobotany and Human Development (Spring 2019).Couse Description: Introducing students to the concept of coevolution and domestication regarding plantsand their pivotal role in human history.Geophysics and Archaeology (Fall 2019).Course Description: Theory and shortcomings of Geophysical methods in Archaeological InvestigationARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELD WORK EXPERIENCE AND PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT2009- 2013 Research Assistant, Cultural Resource Facility at Humboldt State University, ArcataCalifornia. James Roscoe., Principle Investigator.Responsible for the following:• Effectively conducting pre-field research• Conducting field work• Constructing report of findings2014-2016 Graduate Assistant, Washington University Zooarchaeological Field School, EthiopiaPrinciple Investigator: Fiona Marshall – Instructor at Washington University, St. Louis• Effective excavation methods and undergraduate supervision• Conducting archaeofaunal analysis• Constructing thesis/report of findings2017-2018 Graduate Assistant, Washington University Paleoethnobotanical Field School, CahokiaPrinciple Investigator: Gayle Fritz - Instructor at Washington University, St. Louis• Effective excavation methods and undergraduate supervision• Conducting ethnographic interviews with Tribal Nation Elders• Analysis of paleobotanical findings• Construction of thesis/report writingPRESNTATIONS2010 Rich et al, Presented Works on the Findings at a Historic Mining Town in Trinity County,California. Presented to the Trinity Historical Society.2012 Broughton et al, Presented Works on the Findings Identified During Lab Analysis of the KinglseyCave Site in North California. Presented at the Stanley J. Olsen Eagle Lake Zooarchaeologyconference2013 Grunder et al, Presented Works on Effective Strategies of Resource processing Intensity. Presentedat the Stanley J. Olsen Eagle Lake Zooarchaeology conferenceGrunder CV2
  3. 3. 2016 Marshall et al, Co-Presented Works on The Phylogenetic Origins of the Domesticated Ass ofEthiopia. Presented at the Zooarchaeological Conference of Illinois.2018 Grunder et al, Presentation of Dissertation, Omniarchaeology: The Power of InterdisciplinaryInvestigations in Archaeology at the Philio Site in Shambo, Ethiopia. Presented at the AmericanAnthropological Association in Denver, Colorado.REPORTS AND PUBLICATIONS2011 Raskin et al, A Historical Resources Investigation of the Freshwater Creek Cloney Gulch RoadDecommissioning Project Report. Cultural Resources Facility, Humboldt State University2011 Raskin et al, A Cultural Investigation of the Beith Creek Road Decommissioning and SedimentControl Project Report. Cultural Resources Facility, Humboldt State University.2011 Salisbury et al, A Cultural Resources Investigation of the Hall Creek Fish Passage EnhancementProject Report. Cultural Resources Facility, Humboldt State University.2011 Salisbury et al, A Cultural Resources Investigation of the Lindsay Creek Fish PassageEnhancement Project Report. Cultural Resources Facility, Humboldt State University.2011 Steele et al, A Cultural Resources Investigation of the Walton Gulch Bridge Insertion ProjectReport. Cultural Resources Facility, Humboldt State University.2011 Steele et al, A Historical Resources Investigation of the North Fork of South Fork Noyo RiverStream Habitat Restoration Project Report. Cultural Resources Facility, Humboldt StateUniversity.2012 Rich et al, A Cultural Resources Investigation of the Russell Brook Stream Habitat EnhancementProject Report. Cultural Resources Facility, Humboldt State University.2016 Grunder et al, Effective Strategies of Resource processing Intensity. Original Research.Washington University, St. Louis.2016 Marshall et al. Whose Hoof is Whose?. Original Research. Washington University, St. Louis.2018 Fritz et al. Cross-Domestication of Plants between Cultures near Cahokia during ColonialOccupation. Original Research. Washington University, St. Louis.2018 Grunder et al. Dissertation. Omniarchaeology: The Power of Interdisciplinary Investigations inArchaeology at the Philio Site in Shambo, Ethiopia. Original Research. Washington University,St. LouisGRANTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS“NSF Scientific Leadership Scholar Award” Humboldt State University, 2010-2011. $3,623.00Grunder CV3
  4. 4. University Scholarships for Outdoor Jobs” Humboldt State University Wildlife Department. 2010-201.$4,578.00Humboldt State Equipment Grant. $30,000.00. Humboldt State University Sponsored ProgramsFoundation. 2012-2013Graduate Experience Foundation. $8,000.00. Washington University, Development with Humanitiesprogram. 2014-2015.“Publishers Foundation Scholarship” Washington University. 2015-2016 $13,029.00Grunder CV4
  5. 5. REFERENCESJamie Roscoe, M.A., RPACultural Resources DirectorDepartment of AnthropologyHumboldt State University1 Harpst StreetArcata, CA. 95521Tel: 707-845-5239roscoej@eurekacityschools.orgMarisol Cortes-RinconProfessorCultural Resources Facility, Co-DirectorDepartment of AnthropologyHumboldt State UniversityI Harpst AvenueArcata, CA 95521Tel. (707) 826-4335, Cell (512) 785-6435Email: mc479@humboldt.eduWilliam C. RichCultural Resources Facility, Co-DirectorDepartment of AnthropologyHumboldt State University1 Harpst StreetArcata, CA 95521Tel. (707)Email: wcr1@humboldt.eduGrunder CV5
  6. 6. REFERENCESJamie Roscoe, M.A., RPACultural Resources DirectorDepartment of AnthropologyHumboldt State University1 Harpst StreetArcata, CA. 95521Tel: 707-845-5239roscoej@eurekacityschools.orgMarisol Cortes-RinconProfessorCultural Resources Facility, Co-DirectorDepartment of AnthropologyHumboldt State UniversityI Harpst AvenueArcata, CA 95521Tel. (707) 826-4335, Cell (512) 785-6435Email: mc479@humboldt.eduWilliam C. RichCultural Resources Facility, Co-DirectorDepartment of AnthropologyHumboldt State University1 Harpst StreetArcata, CA 95521Tel. (707)Email: wcr1@humboldt.eduGrunder CV5

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