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Dr Jonathan D Kent


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Personal Biography Statement

Dr. Jonathan Kent is Professor of Anthropology at Metropolitan State College of Denver, where he has taught since 1986. He has an ongoing archaeological field project in Colorado and is analyzing data obtained while conducting field research in Peru. He curates the MSUD Seed Collection, the Comparative Osteology Collection, and the Ashton Ethnographic Collection. He is the Founder and Co-Director of the Laboratory of Anthropology. He was the Founder and first faculty advisor of the student anthropology club, ALPACA. He is a three-time awardee of Fulbright-Hays Fellowships. He has been named Outstanding Faculty Researcher by Golden Key Honor Society, has been named as the President's Outstanding Teacher, and has won the college's Distinguished Service Award. In addition to archaeological field schools, he teaches classroom courses in Archaeology, Introductory Physical Anthropology and Prehistory, World Prehistory, Human-Animal Relationships, Ancient American Civilizations and South American Archaeology.

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Office Hours

Monday - [09:30 to 10:45]
Wednesday - [09:30 to 10:45]
[15:30 to 16:45]
Friday - [09:30 to 10:45]

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