​Student Opportunities

There may be opportunities for students to get involved in this collection. For more information, contact Dr. Ray Reser at rreser@uwsp.edu. 

​Current Research

Dr. Reser’s current research includes the documentation of a Late Paleo-Indian kill site in north-central Wisconsin, an examination and analysis of a Late Paleo-Indian cremation burial in central Wisconsin, and connections with Canadian sites containing similar lithic artifacts sourced from the same quarries in Jackson County Wisconsin, Thunder Bay, and Knife Lake Ontario. Additional projects include collaboration with the Menominee Language and Culture Commission on the creation of the first map of traditional Menominee territories, landforms, surface waters, and place names within Wisconsin entirely in the Menominee Language.

Contact the Curator
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Ray Reser
Office: SCI D314A
Fax: (715) 346-4213
Email: rreser@uwsp.edu

Former Director of the UW-Stevens Point Museum of Natural History (2006-2019)

Emeritus Curator of Anthropology
Emeritus Professor of Archaeology

Ph.D., Archaeology and Paleo- Anthropology - Australian National University, Canberra ACT.