Chris Mickwee graduated from the University of West Florida with a B.A. in Anthropology. He has participated in excavations and research on Classic Period Maya sites in Belize for the Maya Research Program and has excavated throughout the southeastern United States, working with various universities and CRM entities including Jacksonville State University and PanAmerican consultants. Chris has worked extensively with the UWF Archaeology Institute in all phases of archaeological research for over 6 years. His research interests include the dynamics of Late Woodland culture change, the archaeological signatures of mobility and economic practices, and the patterns of cultural influence between major river valleys and peripheral regions. His Masters Thesis research was on Weeden Island lifeways in the northwest Florida interior. Degree and focus: Anthropology, Prehistoric Terrestrial.