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Arkansas State University Staff

Dr. Juliet Morrow , Station Archeologist: Dr. Morrow has been the Station Archaeologist at Arkansas State University-Jonesboro station of the Arkansas Archeological Survey since 1997. She received her Ph.D. in anthropology in 1996 from Washington University in St. Louis. Morrow’s background in earth sciences provides expertise in geoarcheology, geomorphology, and site formation processes. In addition to conducting research in Paleoindian, Archaic, and Mississippian archaeology, Dr. Morrow teaches, investigates archeological sites in Arkansas in co-ordination with landowners and the Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma, gives public lectures, and provides information to agencies and individuals seeking knowledge about the pre-contact era of the Central Mississippi Valley. Dr. Morrow is an Associate Professor in the University of Arkansas Department of Anthropology and has taught independent study classes at ASU in Physical Anthropology, Human Osteology, Internship in Public History, Graduate Research in Archeology and Archeology for Elementary Education Teachers.

Shaun, Station Assistant: John joined the Survey as part-time lab assistant in 2007, while a student in ASU. Shaun has worked in the archaeology lab at ASU since 2005. Shaun assists with all aspects of general station operation, field and laboratory work, outreach activities, and service to the ASU Museum. He assists Dr. Morrow with class preparations and contributes occasional lectures to anthropology classes at ASU. Shaun also works with the Central Mississippi Valley Chapter of the Arkansas Archeological Society.


This website is maintained by Dr. Julie Morrow, 

This page was last updated on August 10, 2005