James Ciarrocca, GIS Specialist

Interns - Fall 2014 and Spring 2015:

Chloe Monet Miller '15

Chloe is a senior Archaeology/Anthropology Major interested in the study of human remains within a archaeological context. This summer she had worked at a medieval church site in Transylvania, Romania excavating juvenile burials and is pursuing a Fulbright scholarship to return. Also, she has traveled to the Altiplano of Bolivia with Professor Maria Bruno to collect transects of plant species along with ethnographic data from local farmers. She worked as Prof Bruno's Environmental Archaeology Research Assistant for a year, analyzing carbonized seeds and teaching students the methods of archeobotony. This year she is excited to be a GIS intern and teaching assistant for Prof Karen Weinstein. She is very excited about helping faculty and students utilize the power of GIS to better understand our world, both in the past and present. In the future, she hopes to integrate GIS into her future career in archaeology. 

Mary Lucas '15