A Library display to showcase the digitization process of archival materials. This display was located in the Humboldt State University Library using select materials from Humboldt Room Special Collections during the Spring 2016 Semester.
Exhibit Design- “Lucille Vinyard Collection: Activism and Research to Create Positive Change in the World”
A collaborative library display highlighting the life work of Lucille Vinyard. Located in the Humboldt State University Library using select materials from Humboldt Room Special Collections. Spring 2016 Semester.
Humboldt State University Anthropology Symposium Committee, Spring 2016
As a committee member, I developed content posts for symposium social media accounts and acted as a liaison between presenters and symposium coordinators.
Coordinating Assistant: “International Archaeology Day presented by the Clarke Historical Museum,” October 19, 2013
I assisted in coordinating volunteers through the Humboldt State University Anthropological Society for hands-on activity tables for an educational event to share archaeology with the community.
Workshop Coordinator: “Introduction to Map and Compass,” Presented for the Humboldt State University Anthropological Society, March 28, 2013
I presented an introductory lecture on basic map and compass field methods, with an outdoor workshop held on March 30, 2013.
Co-Coordinator and Ceramics Station Attendant: “Archaeology Day at the Natural History Museum,” October 20, 2012
I collaborated to develop interactive archaeology learning stations aimed for ages 5-10, located at the Humboldt State University Natural History Museum in Arcata, CA.
Coordinator: Flintknapping Demonstration and workshop with archaeologist Michael Peterson, February 24, 2012
A hands-on lithic technology workshop taught by professional archaeologist Michael Peterson. This workshop was presented through the Humboldt State Anthropological Society.
Flintknapper: Simulated Archaeology Site Project Spring 2012, Archaeology Research Lab at Humboldt State University
Assisted in the development of a fabricated archaeological site which will be utilized for training students in field archaeology methods.