Patrick Walters is a graduate student in the Cultural and Heritage Resource Management (CHRM) master’s program. Mr. Walters received an undergraduate B.A. in History and Anthropology from Washington College in 1999.  Since 2000, he has been a professional terrestrial archaeologist working in Cultural Resources Management.  During this time, he has designed and directed surveys and excavations of historic and prehistoric archaeological resources in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, and Southeast. As a CRM professional, Mr. Walters has served as Project Manager on many cultural resources studies throughout the Mid-Atlantic, including Phase I, II, and III terrestrial excavation, research, prehistoric and historic artifact analysis, and has authored over 300 technical reports.  He has also acted in a management role in coordination with multiple state and federal agencies in the implementation of National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) policies, and in coordination of public outreach programs on behalf of municipalities for stewardship of NRHP properties.

Areas of Expertise

  • Survey and Resource Evaluation
  • Project Management for Cultural Resources Surveys
  • Public Outreach
  • Marketing/Business Development

Areas of Interest

  • Mid-Atlantic Historic and Prehistoric Archaeology
  • Contact Period and Historic Archaeology
  • African-American and African Diaspora Archaeology
  • CRM Law
Walters, Patrick
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