Ph.D., University of Georgia
Dr. Anthony Martin is Professor of Practice in the Department of Environmental Studies at Emory University, where he has
taught courses in geology, paleontology, environmental science, and evolutionary biology since 1990. He earned his B.S.
in Geobiology from St. Joseph’s College (Indiana), M.S. in Geology from Miami University (Ohio), and Ph.D. in Geology
from the University of Georgia. At Emory, he has been recognized with both university- and student-sponsored teaching
awards, including the Emory Center for Teaching and Curriculum’s Award for Excellence in Teaching.
Dr. Martin’s research focuses on ichnology, the study of modern and fossil traces, such as tracks, trails, burrows,
nests, and other signs of behavior. Among his notable achievements is his codiscovery of the only known burrowing
dinosaur. Dr. Martin has authored more than 30 peer-reviewed publications, as well as three books, including
Introduction to the Study of Dinosaurs.