Kenneth Gergely is an alum of the CHRM program, having received his master's degree in 2023. His thesis, titled A Synthesis of Projectile Point Characteristics and Distribution Across the Landscape in the Lower Tombigbee River Basin, Alabama, analyzed projectile points and knives from 20 sites in the Lower Tombigbee and their spatial distribution to revise prevailing models on settlement and technological organization in the region.

Following below is an archived profile.

Ken is a retired Marine who completed his undergrad at Eastern Michigan University in 2015. He has a very diverse work history in operations and project management but just joined CRM in October 2021. Ken currently works as an archaeologist for SEARCH, Inc. and has worked in Texas, Florida, Louisiana, Tennessee, and Alabama. He is pursuing his M.P.S. in order to join the RPA and work as a project archaeologist.

Ken Gergely
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