How to be an Archaeologist: Wrapping It Up

How to be an Archaeologist: Wrapping It Up

By Katherine Hodge, Public Education Coordinator Over the past few weeks, we have interviewed several archaeologists in a variety of positions all at different stages in their careers. Though their experiences are all very different, a few qualities remained the same,...
How to be an Archaeologist: Natalie Clark

How to be an Archaeologist: Natalie Clark

By Katherine Hodge, Public Education Coordinator This week in the “How to be the Archaeologist” series, we get to feature Ms. Natalie Clark, a Bureau of Land Management archaeologist! It may seem like archaeologists only work as professors or in museums, but there are...
How to be an Archaeologist: Sylvia Cheever

How to be an Archaeologist: Sylvia Cheever

By Katherine Hodge, Public Education Coordinator Finding a passion for archaeology can happen in many different ways. Some are inspired by science magazines or documentaries and decide to pursue their passion. Others may have a love for discovery and history, but not...
How to be an Archaeologist: Dr. Mel Zabecki

How to be an Archaeologist: Dr. Mel Zabecki

By Katherine Hodge, Public Education Coordinator From the outside, it may seem like archaeology is straightforward, with one linear path. You go to school, choose a specialty, get a PhD, and then become a professor. It can even seem this way to students who are just...