Program Coordinator/Advisor

About Matthew Douglass

Dr. Matthew Douglass serves as the Program Coordinator and Advisor for the Science for Educators Specialization in the Master of Applied Science Program. Matt's research has focused on Geoarchaeology and Prehistoric Human Environmental Interaction in semi-arid regions of the world, as well as Public Engagement and Cultural Resource Managment in the Great Plains. He has worked to involve student in his field projects through independent study, graduate and undergraduate thesis research, and field schools, and has a number of ongoing student research collaborations. Matt is actively engaged in public outreach projects with the National Forest Service and the Center for Great Plains Studies and has interdisciplinary research collaborations in Australia and Africa, including the Koobi Fora Field School at Lake Turkana, Northern Kenya. In his free time, Dr. Douglass enjoys traveling, camping, hunting, fishing, and exploring the outdoors with his wife and children.

Education

PhD - University of Auckland, New Zealand, Anthropology (2010)
MA - University of Nebraska, Anthropology and Geography (2005)
BA - University of Nebraska, Anthropology and Geography (2002)

Research interests

Citizen Science/Public Engagement; Geoarchaeolgy/Landscape Archaeology; Prehistoric/Historic Human Environmental Interaction; Lithic Technology; Archaeology/Anthropology of: Great Plains, Australia, Kenya, South Africa.

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Program Coordinator Matt Douglass

Contact information

149A Hardin Hall
3310 Holdrege Street
Lincoln, NE 68583
Phone: 402-270-7220
mdouglass3@unl.edu

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Matt's Public Engagement/ Citizen Science Collaboration with the USDA Forest Service: Your United States National Grasslands