- Professor of Biology
- Archie.Dickey@erau.edu Email
- Biology and Chemistry Dept
- Prescott College of Arts & Sciences
- Ph.D. - Doctor of Philosophy in Botany, Arizona State University
- M.S. - Master of Science in Biology, Northern Arizona University
- B.A. - Bachelor of Arts in Biology, Adams State College
"Vegetation of the Sonoran Desert of Arizona" in Vegetation of the Southwestern United State, A Handbook for the 1988 Excursion of the International Association for Vegetation Science, Editor John L. Vankat. 
"Arizona Chaparral and Scientific Research" Proceedings of SW Society of American Foresters, Prescott, Az.
"Fire Recovery in Arizona Chaparral-Ponderosa Pine Interface." Proceedings of 4th International Conference on Mediterranean Ecosystems, Perth, Australia..
"Vegetational Dynamics and the Role of Fire in a Chaparral-Ponderosa Pine Transition Zone". Ph.D. Dissertation, Arizona State University. 
"Allergenic Pollen Rain in Prescott, Arizona". Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science meeting, University of Nevada at Las Vegas.
"Exploitation and Changes of Biotic Composition." Paleoclimatic 1971 "Palynology of Prehistoric Canals of Northern Arizona". Arizona Academy of Science meeting, Arizona State University.
"Palynology of Hay Hollow Valley". M.S. Thesis, Northern Arizona University. 
Associate Professor, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, 2000-Present
Adjunct Faculty, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, 1999-Present
Biology Professor, Yavapai College, Prescott, Az., 8/71-6/98.
Other Work Accomplishments:
Established and maintained herbarium (YCH) of over 6000 plants.
Established biology field modules with field trips.
Voted by students (1993) for showing extra caring for students.
Memberships and Credentials
1980-1996 Chair Biology department
1996-1998 Division Chair Math and Science
Division; served as faculty association president and numerous college committees;
Initiated and helped develop 2+2 program with NAU in Environmental Science.
Arizona Biological Conference, member for 27 years and President for 2 years.
Serviced as Yavapai College representative on state articulation task forces.
Active member of North Central Arizona Math and Science Consortium