Paul J. Morris is the chairman of the Lunar Science Technical Committee, where his knowledge of geology and other scientific disciplines are put to the enormous benefit of the Artemis Project. Paul is also a member of the Lunar Mining, Lunar Agriculture Tech Committees. He also lends his talent and insight to the Artemis Project discussion groups.
As a member of the Site Selection Tech Committee, Paul is working on procuring and poring over images of the Mare Anguus region for the manned landings and earlier telerobot missions. He is also working on a large photo-composite of the "Angus Bay" region.
1995- Darwin Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
1993-1995 Postdoctoral Fellow and Collections Assistant, Paleontological Research Institution, Ithaca, NY
1992-1993 Smithsonian Postdoctoral Fellow, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institution, Panama
1991-1992 Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Harvard University
1996 Datamodeler (subcontract) for NSF funded workshop on Invertebrate
Paleontological Collections Database management
1995-1996 Web Page designer, Paleontological Research Institution
1994 Database Consultant, Panama Paleontology Project
1986 Database Consultant, Invertebrate Paleontology Dept. Museum of Comparative Zoology
American Geophysical Union, American Malacological Union, History of Science Society, International Paleontological Association, Paleontological Society, Paleontological Research Institution, SEPM-Society for Sedimentary Geology.
1987-1991, Staff member of InCommon, peer counseling hotline at Harvard
1987-88, Co-Director of InCommon.
1986-88, EMT part time, Professional Ambulance, Cambridge MA.
1984 (Summer), EMT, full time, Mohawk Ambulance, Schenectady NY.
1982-88, 1995-present American Red Cross CPR/First Aid Instructor.
Biographies of People in the Artemis Project