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Scott Ure

Research Archaeologist

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BFA, Brigham Young University, 2002
MA candidate,
Brigham Young University

MURR Research Grant 2011​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Scott Ure is a research archaeologist for the Department of Anthropology at BYU. He earned in Master’s degree in Anthropology in 2013 with an emphasis in archaeology.

His research interests include developing ways to improve archaeological data collection through technology, prehistoric peoples in Utah and the American Southwest, and LDS Church Historical sites.

Scott has worked on a variety of archaeological projects in Utah, Nevada, Missouri, and Illinois, as well as on several international projects in Petra, Jordan, Palmyra and Apamea, Syria, and Paquimé, Mexico.

Scott is currently researching and publishing on the intersection of archaeology and technology, as well as examining integrative architecture construction and use among the prehistoric Fremont.