Dr. Alexandra Uhl
BoRIA Advisor for Archeology
Dr. Uhl has a doctoral degree in scientific archaeology from the Eberhart Karls Universität Tübingen, Germany. She has a MA and BA degree in general anthropology encompassing the four fields of Anthropology.
For ten years, Dr. Uhl has worked as a research affiliate, scholar, and lecturing professor at Boston University, Stonehill college, SNHU, and Salve Regina teaching classes across Biology and Anthropology such as Anatomy, skeletal sex and age determination, biostatistics, Exploring North American Indian Societies, humans and their environment, and many archaeology and anthropology courses. As the archaeological field director, she has run the excavation and field school at the Newport Historic Springs for four years. She currently oversees the research of six undergrad and one graduate student in the Uhl lab. She has published research on forensics, paleoanthropology, and bony labyrinth morphology studied with medical imaging technology in modern humans and fossils in journals such as American Journal of Biological Anthropology, Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences, and PLOSONE.