Midwest Archeological Center
100 Centennial Mall North, Room 474
Lincoln, Nebraska 68508
Robert Bryson, RPA (Ph.D., University of Oregon, 1989; Center Manager) Paleoclimatic modeling and
paleoenvironmental reconstruction, NEPA and NHPA compliance, historic preservation, complex
societies, budgeting and program management.
Ann C. Bauermeister, RPA (M.A., University of Nebraska, 2000; Archeologist, Park Archeology Program Manager ) Great Lakes archeology, prehistory of the Midwest, geophysical applications to archeology.
Dawn Bringelson (Ph.D. University of Washington, 2004; Archeologist) History of Central Plains archeology, prehistory of the Midwest and Central Plains, plowzone and other site formation processes, organization of lithic technology, culture history, archeology and the public. Contact for: MWAC website, volunteering, outreach and education.
Erin C. Dempsey, RPA (Ph.D., University of Kansas, 2012; Archeologist) Geoarcheology, Quaternary landscape evolution, paleoclimate and paleoenvironmental reconstruction, site formation processes, Midwest, Great Lakes, and Plains prehistory, mounds and earthworks, peopling of the New World.
Steven L. DeVore (M.A., Iowa State University, 1984; Archeologist) Geophysical Applications, North American Archeology, Historical Archeology, Prairie-Plains Area. Contact for: geophysical methods in archeology, Archeological Prospection workshop.
Vergil E. Noble, RPA (Ph.D., Michigan State University, 1983; Archeologist) Historical Archeology, 18th-century French fur trade, 19th-century settlement and transportation systems, Great Lakes and Mississippi River valley. Advisor for National Historic Landmarks in the Midwest Region and contact for National Historic Landmarks.
Karin M. Roberts (M.A. Anthropology, University of Nebraska, 1995; M.A. Museum Studies, University of Nebraska, 1999; Curator and Archeological Collections Program Manager) 19th century material culture, settlement of the west, archeological ethics, library, paleobotany, collections management. Contact for: Collections.
Timothy M. Schilling (Ph.D. Anthropology, Washington University in St. Louis, 2010, Archeologist) Midwestern and Southeastern Prehistory, monumental architecture, climate and climate change, geoarchaeology, GIS, complex societies, food productions, ancient hunting strategies.
Jay T. Sturdevant, RPA (M.A., University of Nebraska 2001; Archeologist) Fur Trade and Contact Period Archeology, Late 19th Century Urban Archeology, Prehistory of the Midwest and Southeastern United States.
Anne M. Wolley Vawser (M.A., University of Nebraska 1988; Archeologist) Plains, Mountains, Rock Art, Predictive Modeling, Spatial Analysis, Information Management. Contact for: Archeological Information Management services, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Global Positioning Systems (GPS) services, Archeological Sites Management Information System (ASMIS) database.