Koobi Fora Field School: Faculty and Staff

Learn fieldwork from the experts in their field.

The Koobi Fora Field School is a collaborative effort between the National Museums of Kenya and GWU’s CASHP program. Researchers from all over the world are included in the research in northern Kenya and you will receive training from archaeologists, geologists, paleontologists and others that are doing primary research on these topics.

Purity W. Kiura
David R. Braun
Emmanuel K. Ndiema
Field Director
René Bobe
Paleoenvironmental Analysis

Anna K. Behrensmeyer
Paleoecology Taphonomy
Jack Harris
Paleolithic Archaeology, Paleoanthropology
Rahab Kinyanjui
Stephen Merritt
Susana Carvalho Primate Archaeology
David B. Patterson Paleoecology, Paleoenvironments
Russel Cutts Archeology, Origins of Pyrotechnology 



Sarah Hlubik Origins of Pyrotechnology

Ashley HammondAshley Hammond Hominin Morphology

Andrew Barr fieldworkAndrew Barr Paleoecology

Frances ForrestFrances Forrest Paleoecology, Zooarchaeology and Taphonomy