Lori F. Tigner

M.A. in Anthropology from the University of Wyoming
B.S. in Social Sciences emphasis in History;
B.S. in Natural Sciences emphasis in Geology both from the University of Wyoming
18 graduate credits in Sociology of Religion from Regis University.

Academic Interests:
Ms Tigner has been a full-time faculty member teaching Anthropology and Sociology, at ACC since 2002. She is the Anthropology Program Coordinator. Previous to teaching at ACC, she taught as an adjunct instructor at Aims Community College in Greeley, Ft Lupton and Loveland for two years. Before that Lori taught Anthropology, Humanities and Geology as a full time instructor at Otero Junior College in La Junta, CO.

For about 8 years Lori was a senior archaeologist for the South Park Archaeology Project a non-profit research group in Colorado.

Personal Interests:

Her professional interests include globalization and localization as well as forensic anthropology.
She enjoys sustainability projects, goat farming and reading.