Steve Segin

Steve Segin

Lecturer

CENT 116

About

Steve Segin is an Adjunct faculty member teaching Archaeology of the Bible, Cultural Resource Management and Origins of Agriculture.  He is a Public Affairs Officer for the US Fish & Wildlife Service.  Prior to that he spent 12 years working as an archaeologist for the US Forest Service.  He has conducted archaeological field work in  the American west, the Caribbean, near east and Alaska.