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ArchaeologyOpportunitiesAtSSU - CRM students at SSU and...

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Paid and credit-bearing archaeology opportunities! Right here on campus! The Anthropological Studies Center needs people to work on lab componants of its archaeology projects. On-going sites include 19th century domestic deposits from San Francisco and prehistoric/Native American materials excavated in Sonora. Pay starts at $11.11/hour for inexperienced crew. Hours are flexible (within reason). The ASC's Lab is located in building 29 on campus. Phone Erica Gibson, Archaeology Lab Manager 664-2891. This semester the Center is also offering a two unit internship in cultural resources management that gives students the chance to do what archaeologists do. For details phone Staff Archaeologist Mike Newland 664-2734. FREE MONEY! The David A. Fredrickson Research Awards committee has raised the maximum award to $1000. As many as FOUR awards are available for this school year.
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Unformatted text preview: CRM students at SSU and staff/students at the ASC are eligible to apply. The money can be used a variety of research activities -- including MA thesis improvement for those who have a near/complete draft. The application process is simple and fast. Last year's awardee was Hannah Ballard for her in-the-field artifact 'cheat sheet'. The Award is funded by payroll deductions from employees of the Anthropological Studies Center. More details are at http://www.sonoma.edu/projects/asc/defaultpage/scholarship.html ================================ ADRIAN PRAETZELLIS, Ph.D. Professor of Anthropology Director, Anthropological Studies Center Sonoma State University Rohnert Park, California USA 94928 phone 707 664-2381 fax 707 664-4155 www.sonoma.edu/projects/asc/ ================================...
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