|"I would like to work as a professional archeologist"|
|University||Indiana University of Pennsylvania|
|Department||Indiana University of Pennsylvania|
|Degrees||B.S. in Sociology; M.A. in Applied Archaeology (December 2017)|
|Biography||I am Sarah Henley, a second year graduate student. I have interned for the PennDot Archaeological Survey Team, volunteered as field/lab technician at the Camp Nelson Historical Heritage Park in Kentucky, and attended the Achill Island Ireland Field School. I hope to work as a field technician.|
|I have experience in this areas|
|Faunal remains||Art & Museums|
|My experience in Sanisera|
|My Opinion||I took part in the underwater archaeology course in Menorca, Spain from June 10-18, 2016. During the course I learned about underwater archaeological survey, artifact photography, and the basics of 3D modeling, amphoras identification, and grid drawing. The underwater archaeology instructor, Antonio, was very informative and cared about our education and time spent at the field school. I left knowing more then I had coming in, and wished I could have learned more. Overall, the Sanisera Archaeological Institute is a great way to learn and experience the various aspects of archaeology.|
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