Topic ID #39676 - posted 6/27/2018 5:15 PM

Almost-BA: Seeking field and/or lab positions for summer-fall of 2018



JuliaJoblinski

Curriculum Vitae                                                                                                                          June 2018

Julia R. Joblinski
9615 Finzel Rd.
Carleton, MI 48117
(734) 755-7313
jjoblins@emich.edu

EDUCATION

·         Monroe County Community College: 2012-2015.

·         B.A. in Anthropology at Eastern Michigan University: 2015-present (expected graduation: December 2018).

FIELD AND LAB EXPERIENCE

·         2018: One day as field tech for Mannik & Smith Group, Dr. Robert Chidester (PI). Huron County, OH. Phase I; reconnaissance survey. June.

·         2018: Five days of CRM-oriented volunteer field assisting for the Eastern Michigan University Archaeology Field School, Dr. Bradley E. Ensor (PI). Oakwoods Metropark, MI. Phase III excavations. June.

·         2017: Eight weeks of CRM-oriented volunteer field work and lab work. Castle Museum of Saginaw County History, Jeffrey Sommer (PI). Saginaw, MI. Phase II; test unit excavations. May-December.

·         2016: Three days of CRM-oriented fieldwork. Hicks School site, Dr. Tim Bennett (PI). Pinckney, MI. Phase I & II; site survey and test unit excavations. August-September.

·         2016: Four weeks of advanced CRM-oriented field school. Eastern Michigan University Archaeology Field School, Dr. Bradley E. Ensor (PI). Willow and Oakwoods Metroparks, MI. Phase I, II, & III; reconnaissance and site survey, test unit excavations, and broad horizontal block excavations. June.

·         2016: One week of artifact analysis and processing. Eastern Michigan University, Dr. Bradley Ensor (PI). Ypsilanti, MI. July.

·         2014: Six weeks of introductory CRM-oriented field school. Monroe County Community College, Dr. Ken Mohney (PI). River Raisin Archaeological Project, MI. Phase II; test unit excavations. May-June.

PRESENTATIONS

·         2018: Socioeconomic Differentiation at Rural Historic Sites: A Comparison of Ceramic Analytical Methods. Analysis project presented at Undergraduate Symposium 38 at Eastern Michigan University. Ypsilanti, MI. March.

·         2017: Regional Interaction and Pottery at a Prehistoric Late Woodland Site in Southeast Michigan. Analysis project presented at Undergraduate Symposium 37 at Eastern Michigan University. Ypsilanti, MI. March.

OTHER WORK EXPERIENCE

·         2017-present: Retail/store employee. Big Lots. 1575 N. Telegraph Rd., Monroe, MI 48162.

·         2009-2017: Farm laborer and store employee. Calder Dairy Bros. 9334 Finzel Rd., Carleton, MI 48117.

·         2016-2017: Seasonal retail/store employee. Pat Catan’s Craft Centers. 2121 N. Monroe St., Monroe, MI. 48162.

REFERENCES

Dr. Bradley E. Ensor
Professor of Anthropology at Eastern Michigan University
(734) 487-0012
bensor@emich.edu

Dr. Ken Mohney
Professor of Anthropology at Monroe County Community College
(419) 705-1322
kmohney@monroeccc.edu

Jeffrey D. Sommer
Curator of Archaeology at the Castle Museum of Saginaw County History
(989) 752-2861 ext. 308
jsommer@castlemuseum.org






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