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CERM, Cultural and Environmental Resource Management

Natural Resources and Cultural Resources

What is Resource Management?

 

Why are people so interested in the past? Which buildings are worth preserving?  How do you determine what do artifacts are worth saving? How do you develop policies and laws to ensure the correct methods are used when caring making these decisions; locating, excavating, caring for these resources; and shaping these policies.

CWU Cultural & Environmental Resource Management (CERM) Program

Contact Information

Cultural Resource Emphasis:

Dr. Patrick McCutcheon
Department of Anthropology 
Central Washington University 
400 E. University Way 
Ellensburg , WA 98926-7544 
Phone: (509) 963-2075
Email: Patrick.McCutcheon@cwu.edu

Natural Resource Emphasis:

Dr. Jennifer Lipton
Department of Geography
Central Washington University 
400 E. University Way 
Ellensburg , WA 98926-7420 
Phone: (509) 963-1164
Email: Jennifer.lipton@cwu.edu

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