Claud A. Bramblett
Professor of Anthropology
CURRICULUM VITAE


Office Address

 

EPS 1.102

Claud A. Bramblett
Dept. of Anthropology
The University of Texas at Austin
1 University Station C3200
Austin, TX 78712-0548
Phone: (512) 471-7529, FAX: (512) 471-6535

E-Mail: cbramblett@mail.utexas.edu

Biographical Data

Birthdate: Oct. 8, 1939
Place of Birth: Crystal City, Texas
Status: Married, two children
Citizenship: U.S.A.

Education

Ph.D., Aug. 1967
University of California, Berkeley
Specialization: Anthropology
Minors: Zoology (Animal Behavior), Paleontology
Dissertation: The Skeleton of the Darajani Baboon.

M. A., June, 1965
University of Texas, Austin
Major: Anthropology
Minor: Paleontology
Thesis: The Dentition of the Darajani Baboon.

B.A., August, 1962
University of Texas, Austin
Major: Anthropology
Minor: Zoology

High School, May, 1958
Carrizo Springs High School
Carrizo Springs, Texas

Honors and Awards


Work Experience

Laborer

Texas Highway Department; Carrizo Springs, Texas
May 1957-Aug 1957, May 1958-Aug 1958
Notes:
1. Local office of Highway Department often hired high school kids as hourly laborers during summer.
2. In Aug. 1958, transferred to the Austin office.

Computer Operator and Programmer

Texas Highway Department, Austin, Texas
Sept 1958-Aug 1961
Notes:
1. IBM 650 System
2. Worked night shift (4 to 9 PM)
3. Authored software for model of Houston traffic based on survey of 1958-1959.

Computer Programmer

Linguistics Research Center, The University of Texas, Austin
Sept 1961- Aug 1962
Notes:
1. CDC 1604 system
2. Managed a data interface between the Lingustics Research Center and the Computation Centers in Austin and in Fort Huachuca, Arizona.

Research Assistant

Laboratory of Physical Anthropology, The University of Texas, Austin
Sept 1962-Feb 1963
Notes: Performed skeletal reconstructions and measurements for Dr. T.W. McKern

Manager

Darajani Primate Research Station, Kenya, East Africa
March 1963-May 1964.
Notes:
1. Managed the field station and research facilities at Darajani for the Southwest Foundation for Research and Education, San Antonio, Texas
2. Trapped baboons and vervet monkeys for research
3. Participated in research projects ranging from kidney transplants to studies of dietary cholesterol.

Research Assistant

Laboratory of Physical Anthropology, The University of Texas, Austin
June 1964-Aug 1964
Notes:
1. Performed skeletal reconstructions and measurementsfor Dr. T.W. McKern
2. Reconstructed, measured, and recorded skeletal materials from Casas Grandes, Arizona for Dr. T.W. McKern

Teaching Assistant

Department of Anthropology, The University of Texas, Austin
Sept1964-May 1965
Notes:
Served as instructor for Introductiory Physical Anthropology (Ant. 301).

NIH Trainee

Department of Anthropology, The University of California, Berkeley
Sept 1965-June 1966
Notes:
1. Entered Ph.D. program
2. Supervising professor was S. L. Washburn

Teaching Associate

Department of Anthropology, The University of California, Berkeley
July 1966-June 1967
Notes: Head Teaching Assistant for Introductory Physical Anthropology

Assistant Professor

Department of Anthropology, The University of Texas, Austin
Sept 1967-Aug 1973.

Visiting Scientist

Yerkes Regional Primate Research Center, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia
June 1969-Aug 1969.
Notes: Studied gelada baboons and Celebes macaques at the Lawrenceville field station

Member, Project Committee

Arashayama West Japanese Macaque Ranch, Laredo, Texas
Feb 1972-Feb 1980
Notes: Assisted the preservation of the Arashayama A troop.

Associate Professor

Department of Anthropology, The University of Texas, Austin
1973 -1980

Faculty Research Assignment

Department of Anthropology, The University of Texas, Austin
Spring 1976
Notes: Completed the book, Patterns of Primate Behavior

Associate Professor

Department of Pathology,
The University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, Texas
Summers 1977-1982.
Notes: Worked with baboons at the Southwest Foundation for Research and Education

Member, Board of Directors

South Texas Primate Observatory , Dilley, Texas
1980-1992
Notes: Assisted the preservation of the Arashayama A troop.

Associate Foundation Scientist

Department of Cardiopulmonary Disease,
Southwest Foundation for Biomedical Research, San Antonio, Texas
Fall 1981-1986
Notes: Worked with baboons at the Southwest Foundation for Research and Education

Consultant

Department of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery,
The University of Texas System Cancer Center M.D. Anderson Hospital and Tumor Institute, Science Park, Bastrop, Texas
1981-1993

Professor

Department of Anthropology, The University of Texas, Austin
1980- 2003

Professor emeritus

Department of Anthropology, The University of Texas, Austin
2003-present


Teaching Experience


Relevant Computer Experience


 

Other Relevant Experience


Professional Service and Volunteer Work

Treasurer, Texas Head Injury Association, Austin Chapter, 1989-91

Chair, Research and Development Committee American Society of Primatologists , 1983

Faculty Sponsor, University of Texas Medieval Society, 1982

Member, Ad hoc Committee of Inquiry, American Anthropological Association, 1980

Consulting Editor, American Journal of Primatology, 1980

Member, Editorial Board, Yearbook of Physical Anthropology, 1980

Member, Finance Committee, American Society of Primatologists,1979-1980


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