Office: Serra Hall 221
Office Hours: Tues-Thur: 10:00-10:45am; or by appointment
Susan Enowitz joined the Department of Anthropology in Spring 2014 as an Adjunct Lecturer teaching the Museology class. She will be working with the students and assisting them in producing a new exhibit in the May Gallery about American Indians and their relationship to the horse. Locally, Professor Enowitz has served as Commissioner on the Coronado Cultural Arts Commission from 2012-present; she has been on the Board of Directors of the California Association of Museums from 2010-present; and she has been a Member of the Coronado Public Art Sub-committee, Coronado, CA, from 2006-present.
Adjunct Instructor, Anthropology
Office: Serra Hall 142
Office Hours: Mon-Wed: 3:00-3:50pm and 5:45-6:45pm; or by appointment
Tim Gross, PhD, has participated in archaeological projects in the Siwa Oasis region of northwestern Egypt, Colorado, Washington state, and Arizona, as well as southern and central California. Gross served as managing editor for the Dolores Archaeological Program technical report series, including thirteen volumes published by the Bureau of Reclamation, on this important archaeological project in southwest Colorado. He teaches at USD, San Diego State, and Mesa College, and he does some consulting with Ecology and Environment, Inc. With Sarah W. Neusius he coauthored a text book on North American Archaeology, Seeking Our Past, published in 2007 by Oxford University Press. He is a past president of the board of the San Diego Archaeological Center and has a deep interest in curation issues. He was involved in planning and fund-raising for USD's American Indian Celebration, and he is looking forward to working with the May Collection.
Adjunct Lecturer, Anthropology
Office: Serra Hall 222
Office Hours: Tues-Thur: 1:00-2:00pm; or by appointment
Mark Q. Sutton joined the Department of Anthropology in Fall 2013 as an Adjunct Lecturer. A retired Full Professor Emeritus in Anthropology from CSU--Bakersfield, he is currently a part-time Principal Investigator for Statistical Research, Inc., San Diego, as well as teaching at USD. He works on various archaeological contract projects on an as-needed basis.
Office: Serra Hall 222
Office Hours: Wed: 10:00am-12:00pm; or by appointment
Marlow Willows joined the Department of Anthropology in Spring 2014 as an Adjunct Lecturer teaching Introduction to Biological Anthropology, as well as Paleopathology.