My Archeological Career

  • 2000-2004

    Penn State University Bachelor's Degree in Anthropology

    Studied at the Penn State University and earned a Bachelor's Degree in Geography and Anthropology and a Certification in GIS.

  • 2002

    Washington State University Archeological Field School

    Located in Eastern Oregon, excavated prehistoric cultures

  • 2000-2004


    University of Southern Maine Geography/Geology Field School NSF-REU. Mapped a colonial town in Maine.

  • 2004

    Cartography Technician at Archaeological Research Laboratory

    Archaeological Research Laboratory. Performed data analysis and helped build a GIS database from several prehistoric and historic sites in association with the improvement of section of State Route 73 (U.S. 321) in Tockaleechee Cove, in Townsend, Tennessee. I also took part in an archeological survey of the Cumberland National Recreation Area on the Kentucky, Tennessee, and Virginia border.

  • 2004-2007

    University of Tennessee and earned a Master's Degree in Geography

    An Analysis of the Spatial Distribution of Chiefdom Settlements: Modeling the Mississippian Culture in the Tennessee River Valley

  • 2004-2007

    Volunteer Fall Creek Falls Archaeological Survey

    Volunteer at the Fall Creek Falls Archaeological Survey


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