Elizabeth Fuller has been an academic advisor at the University of Georgia since 2004 and joined the Division of Biological Sciences in 2011. While in Franklin College’s Office of Academic Advising, she was the Lead Science Advisor and advised science majors and pre-business students. She currently coordinates all Biology advising and assignments.
She is a member of NACADA and has participated in the Academic Advising Administrators’ Institute and presented at Georgia’s Best Practices conference. She currently teaches a course for the Certificate in Academic Advising, “Theory and Practice in Academic Advising”.
Academic Advising is her second career after working many years as an archaeologist. She has worked on a variety of sites ranging in date from the Paleoindian to the early 20th century. She has conducted fieldwork in Belize (Central America) and the United States.
A native of Athens, Ms. Fuller received her BA in Archaeological Studies from Boston University and attended graduate school at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale. She has received numerous awards on the regional and national level for her work with the US Forest Service including two USDA Annual Honor Awards (2001, 1998) and three US Forest Service Eastern Region Honor Awards (2000, 1998, 1997).
Ms. Fuller organized the session “Archaeology in ‘Glory Land’: Excavation of African American Sites North of the Ohio River” presented at the 66th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. She has presented her work at the annual meetings of the Society for American Archaeology, the Southeastern Archaeological Conference, the Society for Historical Archaeology, the Ohio Valley Historical Archaeological Conference, and the Illinois Archaeological Survey. She has published numerous archaeological reports for private firms and governmental agencies.