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Campus Work-Study Positions of Special Interest to Religion and Archaeology Majors
For Tutors at the
Academic Resource Center
have included: Marcus Myers, Holly Lehnig, Jennifer Hochman, Bernardo Urdaneta, Katie John, Meghan Strong and Kirsten Darby.
Stephen Sharp, Katie John, Brandon Stewart, Jill Parker, Laura Taylor, and Kelly Szpara for Greek, and Jennifer Hochman, Cynthia Betz, Michele Burns and Aloys Rode, Britta Spaulding, Matthew Martin for Hebrew.
Archaeology Slide Database Project
. Students who have worked on this project include:
Sarah Rayner, Laura Koons, Andrea Stottlemyer, Shannon Wilson, Jennifer Hochman, Michele Burns, Jill Parker, Katie John, Jason Zan, Katie Cherrington, Heather Rardin.
Archaeology Pottery Display Renovation Project
. Students working on this project are Art and Archaeology double majors:
Shannon Wilson and Jill Parker, and dig veteran Michele Burns.
Michele also worked on the pottery study collection.
- in circulation, archives or technical services. Familiarity with the library, information literacy, is highly useful for potential graduate students! Archaeology majors Holly Lehnig and Michele Burns have done this recently.
James V. Brown Library
(our local public library, a block from campus). Tressa Nolan did this a few years ago.
Lycoming County Historical Museum
. History / Archaeology double major Jennifer Eaton worked there last year cataloguing museum holdings, along with Theater / Archaeology double major Nick Roberts. Other archaeology types working at the museum recently have been:
Abigail Appleman, Stephanie Wanek, Derek Whitman and Michele Burns.
On the Dig at
Work-Study Positions sponsored by the
Archaeology Slide Cataloguer
Archaeology Exhibit Designer
Religion Tutor and Grader
Language Tutor and Grader (Hebrew, Greek)
Typist (Manuscript Preparation for Dr. Hughes)
Research Assistant (Dr. Johnson)