Jennifer received both her B.A. and M.A. in Anthropology from Florida Atlantic University. She has worked on archaeological sites throughout south Florida and the broader Southeastern United States over the past decade including a field school in coastal Ecuador.
While attending FAU, Jennifer was appointed a two-year position as a graduate assistant for the Florida Public Archaeology Network (FPAN). At FPAN she worked throughout southern Florida to promote and facilitate the conservation, study, and public understanding of Florida’s archaeological heritage.
Her current doctoral research explores faunal subsistence use from Everglades tree islands during the Late Archaic to Woodland transition to understand the dynamics of social behavior, mobility, and changes in hydrology across the landscape.
Jennifer is a member of the Register of Professional Archaeologists, Society for American Archaeology, Southeastern Archaeology Conference, and Lambda Alpha National Anthropology Honor Society.
Zooarchaeology, historical ecology, natural history collections research, paleoenvironmental studies, coastal archaeology, public archaeology and outreach, and climate change research
M.A. Anthropology, Florida Atlantic University (FAU), Boca Raton, 2016
- Thesis: Archaeomalacological Data and Paleoenvironmental Reconstruction at the Jupiter Inlet I Site, Southeast Florida
B.A. Anthropology, Florida Atlantic University (FAU), Boca Raton, 2012
Awards and Recognitions
2015 Florida Atlantic University College of Arts and Letters Advisory Board Graduate Student Grant
2015 Warm Mineral Springs/Little Salt Springs Archaeological Society Anthropology Student Travel Grant
2015 Morrow Thesis Research Award, Florida Atlantic University
2011 John Q. Adams Memorial Award for Maya Studies and Overseas Research, Florida Atlantic University
2021 (In Press) North American Zooarchaeology: Reflections on History and Continuity. Submitted to the University of Tennessee Press. Dennison, Meagan E., Jennifer L. Green, and Samantha N. Upton (editors)
2019 Student Faculty Research Award, University of Tennessee. Exploring animal use in prehistoric southern Florida: Collagen peptide fingerprinting of archaeological worked bone. Jennifer Green and Anneke Janzen