Dr. Emily Jones named UNM Regents Lecturer

Departmental News

Posted:  Jun 27, 2022 - 12:00pm

Dr. Emily Jones, Associate Professor of Anthropology and Director of the Public Archaeology graduate program, has been named a UNM Regents LecturerRegents’ Lecturer is a special title bestowed on selected tenured junior faculty members who, in the judgment of the Dean and on the advice of a faculty selection committee, merit recognition of their accomplishments as teachers, scholars and leaders both in university affairs and in their national/international professional communities. These appointments will be made to associate professors for terms of three years, but they will hold the title for the duration of their tenure at UNM.

Dr. Jones' research focuses on human-environment interactions, zooarchaeology, historical biogeography, evolutionary ecology in Stone Age Europe and the American Southwest/Northwest.  She is the Director of the Zooarchaeology Lab, and has served as the Director of the Graduate Commitee for several years.  Please join us in congratulating Dr. Jones on this significant accomplishment.