Topic ID #40610 - posted 1/28/2019 9:47 PM

Recent MSc graduate looking for full-time work, will relocate



LauraAnn

Laura Ann Krupke

https://www.linkedin.com/in/laurakrupke/ Buckley, WA 98321

(253) 222-7175

laura.krupke@yahoo.com

EDUCATION:

            M.Sc. in Human Osteology and Paleopathology, University of Bradford, 2018.               

Dissertation Title: "The Rite of Passage in Early Anglo-Saxon England: An Investigation of Puberty and Social Identity"

Graduated with Distinction Honors.

 

B.A. in Sociology and Cultural Anthropology, St. Martin's University, 2015.

            Minor in Religious Studies.

            Graduated cum laude

 

Studied abroad at University College Cork, Republic of Ireland, 2014.

            Courses in Archaeology of Ireland and Biological Anthropology.

 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXPERIENCE:

            2018.    Archaeological Fieldwork Technician at Wessex Archaeology Ltd. Salisbury, England.

                        Experience and training in excavation, section and plan drawing, context sheet recording,

photography, finds processing, recording and drawing, soil sampling and recording.

Excavated a number of sites in southern England, including in the Stonehenge landscape.

 

2016.    Student archaeologist at Aditu Arkeologia Medieval Archaeology Field School,

Navarre, Spain. Participated in Mortuary Archaeology Program held at San Miguel

Excelsis site. Excavation of the associated medieval cemetery, including human remains

as well as structures. Osteological analysis skills gained through on-site laboratory work.

 

            2015.    Student archaeologist at State Conservation & Rescue Archaeology Program, New

Hampshire. Excavation of a First Nations archaeological site. Experience excavating, site

recording, mapping, photography, and finds cataloging and recording.                

 

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:

            Trained in analyzing adult and juvenile skeletal remains and completing Osteological reports

            Graduate level research skills and laboratory experience

Completed Asbestos Awareness Course

            CSCS Card (Proof of knowledge of Health and Safety Procedures for UK Construction sites)

Highly motivated and detail oriented

Team Player

Hardworking

Prepared to work in any weather

 

POSTERS AND PRESENTATIONS:    

09.16.2018. "The Rite of Passage in Early Anglo-Saxon England: An Investigation of Puberty and Social Identity."  Poster Presentation on Master's research at the Annual British Association of Biological Anthropology and Osteoarcheology Conference

 

OTHER EMPLOYMENT:

            February 2017 - August 2017. Hostess at Bourbon Street Bar & Grille, New York City.

                                    Working in a team in a fast paced and high-stress environment to assist customers. 

 

            August 2016 - January 2017. English Language Teacher at Baotou Lucheng Foreign Language

Training School.  Baotou, China.

Lived in China, prepared and taught fifteen classes of thirty Chinese students. Gained experience as a teacher in leadership, managing small groups of people, and public speaking, as well as time management, punctuality, and some experience with Mandarin Chinese.

 

REFERENCES:         

            Dr. J. Buckberry

Program Manager of Human Osteology and Paleopathology, University of Bradford.

Phone: +44 0127 234289

Email: j.buckberry@bradford.ac.uk

            Susan Clelland

                        Senior Logistics Officer at Wessex Archaeology Ltd.

                                    Phone: +44 01722 326867

                                    Email: s.clelland@wessexarch.co.uk

 

            Dr. D. Price

                        Program Manager of Sociology and Anthropology, Saint Martin’s University

                                    Phone: (360) 438- 4295

                                    Email: dprice@stmartin.edu    






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