The James and Doris Greenacre Scholarship Recipients

The James and Doris Greenacre Scholarship Recipients

The Northern Colorado Chapter of the Colorado Archaeological Society has been fortunate to receive impressive applications from excellent students. To date, our organization has awarded over $3000. We have been proud to help financially support these students in their travels to present their research at professional conferences.


2019 Scholarship Recipients

Paul Buckner. Colorado State University. Paper: Modeling the Medicine Bow Mountains: A Test of Predictive Model Complexity and Effectiveness in a High Elevation Environment, Larimer County, Colorado. Presented at the 41st Annual Meeting of the Colorado Council of Professional Archaeologists, Durango, Colorado. $100

Marie Taylor. Colorado State University. Paper: At the Water’s Edge:  The Unseen Archaeology of Playa Lakes in Eastern Colorado. Presented at the 41st Annual Meeting of the Colorado Council of Professional Archaeologists, Durango, Colorado. $200


2018 Scholarship Recipients

Kelton Meyer. Colorado State University. Paper: Kill, Camp and Repeat: A Return to the Lindenmeier Folsom Site of Northern Colorado. Authors: Kelton Meyer and Jason LaBelle. Presented at the 83rd Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Washington, DC. $400


2006 Scholarship Recipients

Robin M. Roberts. Colorado State University. Poster: Spatial Analysis of Historic Homesteads on the Pawnee National Grassland. Presented at the 64th Plains Anthropological Conference, Topeka, Kansas. $300

Cody Newton. Colorado State University. Paper: Reanalysis of a Protohistoric Occupation in Northern Colorado: The Lykins Valley Site (5LR263) presented in a symposium at the 64th Plains Anthropological Conference, Topeka, Kansas. $300

Christopher R. von Wedell. Colorado State University. Paper: Folks Sure Were Likin’ Beads at Lykins Valley. Presented at the Colorado Archaeological Society 2006 Annual Meeting, Cortez, Colorado. $300

Robin M. Roberts. Colorado State University. Paper: Spatial Representation and Analysis of Early 20th Century Homesteads on the Pawnee National Grassland in the State of Colorado. Presented in a symposium at the Society for Historic Archaeology 2006 Conference, Sacramento, California. $325


2004 Scholarship Recipients

Jeffrey A. Adams. Colorado State University. Poster: Geoarchaeological Investigations at Anghilak Cave, Uzbekistan: A new Middle Paleolithic site in Central Asia. Authors: Jeffrey A. Adams, Michelle Glantz, and Rustam Suleymanov. Presented at the 69th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. $200

Allison D. Bohn. Colorado State University. Poster: Building and Bridging Landscape Datasets: a synthesis of research on the Oglala National Grasslands, 1999-2002. Authors: Allison D. Bohn, Paul C. Burnett, Lawrence C. Todd, and Oskar Burger. Presented at the 69th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. $200

Kelly M. Derr. Colorado State University. Poster: Temperature and Trees: Utilizing Thermal Landscapes and Fire Ecology to Interpret the Archaeological Record in the Upper Greybull Watershed, NW Wyoming. Authors: Kelly Derr, Lawrence C. Todd, and Paul Burnett. Presented at the 69th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.   $200

William Thomas Reitze. Colorado State University. Paper: Alpine Archaeology: High Altitude Landscape Use, and Raw Material Procurement. Primary Author: William Thomas Reitze. Presented at the 69th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. $200

Terrence B. Ritzman. Colorado State University. Poster: Preliminary Analysis of the Taphonomy at Anghilak Cave, Uzbekistan. Authors: Terrence B. Ritzman, Lydia Pyne, Jeffrey A. Adams, Michelle M. Glantz, and Rustam Suleymanov. Presented at the 69th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. $200


2000 Scholarship Recipients

Erik M. Gantt. Colorado State University. Poster: A New Method for Dealing with Collections that are Limited in Access as Applied to the A. Lynn Coffin Lindenmeier Collection. Author: Erik M. Gantt. Presented at the joint 59th Annual Plains Archaeological Conference and 48th annual Midwest Archaeological Conference, St. Paul, Minnesota. $150

Scott Slessman. Colorado State University. Poster: Lithic Analysis of Agate Basin Materials from Northeastern Colorado: The Frazier Site Revisited. Author: Scott Slessman. Presented at the joint 59th Annual Plains Archaeological Conference and 48th annual Midwest Archaeological Conference, St. Paul, Minnesota. $150

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