Grants, Support, and Awards

2012  The Archaeology of Herring: Reconstructing the Past to Redeem the Future.  National Science Foundation.

2012  Playa – 30-day Residency: The Deep History of the Pacific Flyway. Summer Lake, Oregon.

2007-2012 Fund for Faculty Excellence (November 30, 2007)

2006 Transborder Relationships: Haida History Across the International Boundary between Canada and the United States. Canadian Studies Research Grant ($4000).

2005 Coffman Cove Community Archaeology Project: Data Recovery (Excavation) Component. USDA Forest Service Solicitation AG-0109-S-05-0021-01. Co-Principal Investigator with Peter M. Bowers and Douglas Reger. Northern Land Use Research, Inc., Fairbanks, AK ($165,000).

2005 Tlingit and Haida Use of the Forrester Islands, Alaska Maritime Wildlife Refuge: Implications for Managing Marine Mammal Habitat. Challenge Cost Share Program Proposal, submitted with Debra Corbett to the U. S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Anchorage ($8720).

2004 Middle Holocene Culture and Climate on the South Coast of Peru. National Science Foundation, Dissertation Improvement Grant awarded to Heather McInnis ($11,710).

2004 Preventing Looting and Vandalism of Archaeological Sites in Alaska. National Science Foundation, Dissertation Improvement Grant awarded to Barbara Bundy ($ 11,134).

2003 Center for Teaching Writing Development Grant, Department of English, University of Oregon ($1000).

2001 Analysis and Preservation of the Clam Cove and Tuxedni Bay Pictographs. Lake Clark National Park and Preserve, Anchorage, AK ($59,741).

2001 Richard A. Bray Faculty Fellowship

2000 Williams Fellowship for Outstanding Teaching, University of Oregon.

2000 Thomas F. Herman Faculty Achievement Award for Distinguished Teaching, University of Oregon.

2000 Induction into the Fayetteville-Manlius High School Hall of Distinction, Manlius, New York. (This is the high school from which I graduated in 1972).

2000 Travel Support from a Canadian Studies Grant awarded to W. Workman, University of Alaska, and J. Hunston, Heritage Branch, Government of Yukon, to take part in the National Traditions in Archaeology symposium, 27th annual meeting of the Alaska Anthropological Association, Anchorage, AK, March 23-25, 2000.

1999 Archaeology of the Cascadia Subduction Zone: Cultural Responses to Coseismic Subsidence, Tsunamis, and Earthquakes on the Southern Northwest Coast. National Science Foundation. Dissertation Improvement Grant awarded to Robert Losey ($11,399).

1999 Participatory Learning Experiences in Archaeology. Proposal approved by the “Process for Change – Upper Division/Majors Implementation Team,” University of Oregon (co-authored with Jon Erlandson, $9000 over two years for course releases).

1999 Building a Comparative Collection of Faunal Material to Improve Archaeological Analysis of North Pacific and Pacific Island Archaeological Sites. Department of Anthropology, Target of Opportunity Funds ($2900).

1998 FERCO, the Foundation for Exploration and Research on Cultural Origins (established by Thor Heyerdahl). Travel support for participating in the conference, Climate and Culture at 3,000 B.C., University of Maine ($1000).

1998 Richard A. Bray Faculty Fellowship.

1998 City of Coffman Cove, Alaska. Travel support for planning a community archaeology program for the Coffman Cove site ($1500).

1998 Building a Comparative Collection of Faunal Material to Improve Archaeological Analysis of North Pacific and Pacific Island Archaeological Sites. Department of Anthropology, Target of Opportunity Funds ($3400).

1998 Humanities Center Research Fellowship, University of Oregon, Looking to the Past: The Intersection of Gender, Ethnicity, and Social Differentiation on the Northwest Coast.

1997 Archaeological Investigations at Cape Addington Rockshelter: Human Use of the Rugged Seacoast of the Outer Prince of Wales Archipelago, Alaska. National Science Foundation – High-Risk Exploratory Research ($19,613).

1997 USDA Forest Service, Craig Ranger District of the Tongass National Forest, Travel support for investigations at Cape Addington, Southeast Alaska ($6300).

1997 NOAA, National Marine Fisheries Service, Auke Bay Laboratory, Juneau, Alaska. Laboratory Analysis of Marine Shell and funds for radiocarbon dating, Cape Addington investigations ($4000).

1997 Summer Research Award, University of Oregon ($4000)

1996 USDA Forest Service, Ketchikan Area of the Tongass National Forest, Travel support for investigations on Dall and Noyes Islands, Southeast Alaska.

1996 Canadian Studies Committee Travel Grant ($300) to attend Canadian Archaeological Association annual meeting, Halifax, Nova Scotia, May, 1996.

1996 Junior Professorship Development Award. Building a Comparative Faunal Collection to Improve Archaeological Analyses of North Pacific Archaeological Sites. University of Oregon ($1000).

1995 USDA Forest Service, Ketchikan Area of the Tongass National Forest, Travel support for investigations on Suemez and Heceta Islands, Southeast Alaska.

1995 New Faculty Award, University of Oregon, ($6000).

1995 Historic Preservation Fund, Oregon State Historic Preservation Office. A Survey, Dating, and Multiple Property National Register Nomination Program for Coastal Archaeological Sites on Oregon State Lands ($25,777).

1995 Emergency Data Recovery Investigations at Coquille Point. U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service ($22,496).

1995 Canadian Studies Committee Travel Grant ($350) – (for Moss and Graduate Students Scott Byram and Mark Tveskov to attend Hidden Dimensions: the Cultural Significance of Wetlands Archaeology conference, Vancouver, B.C., April 1995).

1995 Invited participant in the week-long seminar, The Construction of Gender and the Experience of Women in American Indian Societies, Indian Voices in the Academy Program of the D’Arcy McNickle Center for the History of the American Indian, the Newberry Library, Chicago.

1995 Stanley B Greenfield Faculty Grant Award for the purchase of James G. Swan Papers for Knight Library (with Ann Simonds as lead nominator).

1994 Historic Preservation Fund, Oregon State Historic Preservation Office. An Evaluation and Dating Program for Oregon Coast Archaeological Sites ($28,384).

1994 Summer Fellowship, Indian Voices in the Academy Program of the D’Arcy McNickle Center for the History of the American Indian, the Newberry Library, Chicago.

1993 Center for the Study of Women in Society Travel Grant ($300).

1993 Historic Preservation Fund, Oregon State Historic Preservation Office. An Evaluation and Dating Program for Oregon Coast Archaeological Sites ($23,687).

1993 USDA Forest Service, Stikine Area of the Tongass National Forest. Study of the Microlithic Assemblage from the Irish Creek Site, Kupreanof Island, AK ($2000).

1993 Research Initiative on Women in the Northwest, Center for the Study of Women and Society, University of Oregon. Native American Women of the Northwest Coast: Gender and the Development of Social Inequality ($6000).

1992 Historic Preservation Fund, Oregon State Historic Preservation Office. An Evaluation and Dating Program for Oregon Coast Archaeological Sites ($19,895).

1992 Exxon, USA. Funds to support publication of special issue of Arctic Anthropology ($6000).

1991 Center for the Study of Women in Society. Curriculum Development Grant for new course, Women and Men in Prehistory ($1000).

1991 USDA Forest Service, Admiralty Island National Monument. Travel and logistical support for archaeological survey and funding of 10 radiocarbon dates. ($4500).

1990 USDA Forest Service, Admiralty Island National Monument. Logistical support for archaeological survey and funding of 10 radiocarbon dates (with Jon Erlandson) ($3000).

1989-1987 University of Pittsburgh Radiocarbon Laboratory Dating Support ($2400).

1987 University of California Riverside Radiocarbon Laboratory Dating Support. National Science Foundation ($2000).

1986 Smithsonian Institution Radiocarbon Laboratory Dating Support ($400).

1985 University of California Research Expeditions, UC, Berkeley, Support of 6 weeks fieldwork, Admiralty Island ($9000).

1982 Graduate Student Humanities Research Grant. University of California, Santa Barbara. Phosphate analysis of archaeological sites on Admiralty Island ($1500).

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