Graduate students of the Environmental Archaeology Program (FLMNH-EAP) seek both Masters (MA and MSc) and PhD level degrees through various teaching departments of the University of Florida. Dr. Emery (Curator) and Dr. Walker (Research Scientist) are part of the University of Florida Graduate Faculty. Both Drs. Emery and Walker can act as graduate committee members. Dr. Emery can also Chair committees. As affiliates of the Anthropology Department, they most commonly chair/act on committees through that department. Dr. Emery has acted on committees for students of Geology, Biology, and Latin American Studies, and Dr. Walker has recently served on a committee in Geology.
Interested in becoming an FLMNH-EAP graduate student? Application for graduate studies must be made through the University of Florida Graduate School and the appropriate department (see below). Prior to application it is highly recommended that you contact Dr. Emery and other faculty members of the department through which you would apply. They will be able to guide you through the application process and answer any questions you might have as you make the important decision about where to study for your graduate degree. If you are an international student, please contact the International Center for information on education-related travel.
UF Departments with degree-granting programs related to Environmental Archaeology include: