Jaydee Dolinar portrait
  • Graduate Teaching Assist (TA), Geography Department
801-581-8218

Research Summary

I am interested in the physical, spatial, and computational study of the prehistoric human lifeway in arid ecosystems using a variety of interdisciplinary lenses from archaeology, geoarchaeoloogy, archaeobotany, and paleoecology with a specific geographic focus in western North America (i.e., Wyoming, Utah, Nevada, Colorado, and Montana).

Education

  • A.S., Associate of Science, Western Wyoming Community College, Honors
  • B.S., Environmental Geography, University of Wyoming, Honors
  • M.S., Anthropology, University of Utah

Biography

  • Wyoming Native
  • Wanderer of high-altitude desert environments since childhood.
  • Always enamoured by Earth's environments

Professional Memberships

· Member, Gamma Theta Upsilon Honor Society, (GTU)
· Member, Utah Professional Archaeology Council, (UPAC)
· Member, Wyoming Association of Professional Archaeologists (WAPA)
· Member, Wyoming Archaeological Society, Sweetwater Chapter, (WPA)