Alisha Gauvreau, PhD candidate anthropology, research findings at Heiltsuk First Nation village

(April 5, 2017) - Spear tips point to path of first Americans - at the annual meeting of the Society for American Archeology last week, Quentin Mackie and Daryl Fedje presented their findings about evidence showing the expansion of the first people from Asia into the Americas 14,000 years ago. Science magazine picked up the story, with quotes from Mackie and Fedje.  Science 

Found: One of the oldest North American settlements

The Smithsonian.com featured PhD student Alisha Gauvreau's research on the Heiltsuk First Nation village, conducted with Mackie and Duncan McLaren (also of UVic's anthropology department), which she presented to the Society for American Archeology. Her quotes in the article are from an earlier piece published in the Vancouver SunSmithsonian

Alisha Gauvreau (PhD candidate, Anthropology) was interviewed by CTV Vancouver Island about her research on the Heiltsuk First Nation village, conducted with Quentin Mackie and Duncan McLaren (also of UVic's anthropology department). The segment aired on April 6.  CTV-VI