Enquye Negash

Enquye Negash
Postdoctoral Scientist
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Enquye Negash is interested in understanding the paleoecological and paleoenvironmental context of hominin bearing fossil sites in East Africa in the Pliocene and the Pleistocene. 


PhD, Human Paleobiology, The George Washington University, 2019

MSc., Paleontology and Paleoenvironment, Addis Ababa University, 2012

BSc, Earth Sciences, Addis Ababa University, 2008

2014 Rising Star Workshop, University of Witwatersrand, South Africa 

2014 Hominin Site Paleolake Drilling Project (HSPDP), Afar, Ethiopia

2012 Hadar Paleoanthropology Field School, Afar, Ethiopia

2012 Stable isotope and Mesowear studies in Bale, Mago, Awash, Nech Sar and Semien Mountans National Parks, Ethiopia  

2012 Training on Hominin Paleoecology, Frankfurt University and Senckenberg Research  Institute, Germany

2012 Master’s Thesis: Paleodietary reconstruction of ungulates from the Shungura Formation, Omo, and its implication for Paleoenvironments. Advisor: Dr. Zeresenay Alemseged

2011 Laboratory work on Stable isotope analysis, University of South Florida, USA

2010 Summer school on Tectonics, climate and Evolution in East Africa. Kenya and Tanzania

2009 International field school on Paleoenvironment and hominid evolutionin Africa, Malawi


2014  Wadsworth International Fellowship