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Katie M Turner

202 E Sample St, Apt 1, Ebensburg PA 15931 (402)469-6626 kmturner97@gmail.com

Education

Masters of Arts – Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA

Major: Applied Archaeology

Graduation: December 2014

Thesis Advisor: Benjamin Ford, Ph.D.

Bachelor of Arts- University of Nebraska- Lincoln, Lincoln, NE

Major: Anthropology Minor: Archaeology

Graduation: May 2010

Transcripts available upon request

Objective

Archaeology is my passion and it is my objective to obtain either a Crew Chief or Laboratory Technician position with a reputable cultural resource management firm.

Skills

Knowledge of Microsoft Office

• Attention to Detail

• Ability to analyze aerial photographs

• Ability to work on a team or independently

• Hard worker

• Friendly disposition

• Desire to learn new skills

Related Coursework

Historic Preservation Training

Graduate instruction in basics of historic preservation

• Geophysical Survey Methods

Graduate instruction in the basics of geophysical survey methods

GSSI 3000 GPR, Mala GPR, Gradiometer, Electrical Resistivity, handheld GPS

Knowledge of GPR Slice

• Zooarchaeological Training

Graduate instruction in Zooarchaeological identification, analysis and research

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• Historical Artifact Analysis Training

Undergraduate instruction in historical artifact identification, analysis

Identification and analysis of historical artifacts from the Lewis-Syford Site

• Public Archaeology

Graduate instruction in Public Archaeology to educate others about the importance of archaeology.

• Geographic Information Systems

Undergraduate and Graduate instruction in GIS and ArcMap

• Lithics Analysis

Undergraduate instruction in lithics analysis

• Spatial Analysis

Graduate instruction in spatially analyzing archaeological sites

• George Wright Society Park Break Program

P.O. Box 65, Hanock, Michigan 49930-0065

Duration: April 7-April 11, 2014

This seminar was a park-based field seminar for graduate students who are seeking a career in park management or park-related research and education. The seminar was located at the Keweenaw National Historic Park in Calumet, Michigan.

Field Experience

Pennsylvania Highway Archaeological Survey Crew - PHAST (May 2013-October 2013)

PHAST- Bethel Project: Phase 1 survey for bridge replacement. Two day duration. Near Bethel, Pennsylvania.

PHAST- York County Project: Phase 2 survey for bridge replacement. Two day duration. Near York, Pennsylvania.

PHAST- 219/553 Interchange: Phase 1 survey for road realignment. Five day duration. Near Carroltown, Pennsylvania.

PHAST- Bedford Heritage Trail: Phase 1 survey for hiking path. Five day duration. In Bedford, Pennsylvania.

PHAST- Ephrata Project: Phase 3 survey for construction. Two and a half week duration. In Ephrata, Pennsylvania at Ephrata Cloister.

PHAST- Seagertown Round-About: Phase 1 survey for road construction. Four day duration. In Seagertown, Pennsylvania.

PHAST- North Clay Bridge Project: Phase 2 survey for bridge replacement. Two day duration. Near Ephrata, Pennsylvania.

PHAST-Washington’s Crossing: Phase 2 survey for construction. Two day duration. At Washington’s Crossing State Park, near Newtown, Pennsylvania.

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PHAST- Circleville Project: Phase 1 survey for hiking path. Three day duration. In State College, Pennsylvania.

University of Nebraska- Lincoln: Lewis-Syford Site (May 2007 – June 2007)

University of Nebraska- Lincoln: Alkali Station (June 2007-July 2007)

University of Nebraska- Lincoln: Hudson-Meng (July 2007)

Work Experience– Archaeology and Museums

Graduate Internship through Pennsylvania Department of Transportation – PennDOT Highway Archaeological Survey Team (PHAST)

400 North St, Harrisburg, PA 17120

Employed: May 2013 to October 2013

Duties included travel for archaeological investigations, writing reports, making maps, cleaning and processing of artifacts and proper storage of artifacts. All artifacts were curated in accordance with the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission standards.

Graduate Internship at Indiana University of Pennsylvania

255 Elkin Ave, Indiana, PA 15701

Employed: February 2013 to June 2013

Duties included copying site reports, creating artifact inventories, cleaning, labeling and proper storage of artifacts. All artifacts were curated in accordance with the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission standards.

Stuhr Museum of the Prairie Pioneer

3133 W US Hwy 34, Grand Island, NE 68801 (308)385-5316 ext. 209 or 215

Position: Assistant Interim Curator

Employed: June 7, 2010 to August 23, 2010

Duties were split between the Archives Curator and the Exhibits Curator. While working in Archives I was responsible for refilling a complete system. I did research upon request and was trained in artifact care and re-housing. While working in Exhibits I was responsible for researching topics for exhibits, putting exhibits up with the help of the curator, fixing exhibits that needed attention and helped with the planning of renovating several exhibits. All artifacts were curated in accordance with the state of Nebraska curatorial regulations.

Midwestern Archaeological Center

100 Centennial Mall, Lincoln, NE 68503

Position: Voluntarily assisted with collections acquired through excavation by the center. The Midwestern Archaeological Center (MWAC) is a division of the National Park Service.

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Central Community College, Grand Island

Position: Curator’s Assistant at Stuhr Museum

Employed: September 2005-May 2006

Duties included intake of artifacts; cleaning, boxing, labeling, documenting, and moving artifacts; set up of displays, answering phone calls, helping with demonstrations

Work Experience – Non Archaeological or Museum

Italian Village Pizza

207 West High Street, Ebensburg, PA 15931 (814) 472-2202

Employed: August 20

th, 2012 to December 2012

Duties included greeting customers, seating customers, distributing menus, silverware and napkins and straws. Taking orders and entering them into the computer. Taking food to tables and refilling drinks when needed.

Allen’s Food Warehouse

1115 W. 2

nd Street, Hastings, NE 68901 (402)463-5633

Position: Grocery Checker and Courtesy Girl

Employed: January 11, 2010 to July 20, 2012

Duties included supervising fellow employees while manager was away from the front end of the store in addition to running customer service desk.

University of Nebraska at Lincoln

1115 N. 16

th St, Lincoln, NE 68588 (402)472-4151

Position: Store clerk, Barista, Sandwich maker and dishwasher, Preparation worker

Employed: September 2007-November 2009

Duties included watching store, operating cash register, stocking, cleaning store, making coffee, washing dishes, preparing sandwiches to order, sweeping and mopping and taking out trash.

Espresso America

320 South Burlington Avenue Hastings, NE 68901 (402) 463-1511

Position: Barista

Employed: May 2006-August 2007

Duties included making coffee and specialty drinks, cleaning store, stocking store, baking, running register and drive thru, training new employees, fixing computer problems, counting deposit totals and making deposits.

Presentations

April 2009 Anthro Group Conference at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln: presentation titled "Technology on the Job: Finding Queen Hatshepsut."

March 2014 MAAC Annual Meeting: presenting poster on "An Examination of Late 18th Century Forts: A Pennsylvania Typology’s Preliminary Results."

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March 2014 MAAC Annual Meeting: presenting poster on "Geophysical Investigations Meters Deep: Examination of the Johnston Site (36IN0002), Indiana County, Pennsylvania" with co-authors: Stephanie Showalter, Ashley Taylor, Matt Howryla, Mark Durante.

April 2014 SAA 79th Annual Meeting: presenting poster on "An Examination of Late 18th Century Forts: A Pennsylvania Typology."

April 2014 SAA 79th Annual Meeting: presenting poster on "Geophysical Investigations Meters Deep: Examination of the Johnston Site (36IN0002), Indiana County, Pennsylvania" with co-authors: Stephanie Showalter, Ashley Taylor, Matt Howryla, Mark Durante.

April 2014 Graduate Scholars Forum at Indiana University of Pennsylvania: presenting poster on "Geophysical Investigations Meters Deep: Examination of the Johnston Site (36IN0002), Indiana County, Pennsylvania" with co-authors: Stephanie Showalter, Ashley Taylor, Matt Howryla, Mark Durante.

References

Greg Tjarks

Contact at Allen’s Superstore:

(402) 463-5633

Jessica Waite

Stuhr Museum of the Prairie Pioneer, 3133 W. Highway 34, Grand Island, NE 68801,

308-385-5316 ext 209

Sarah Neusius, Ph.D.

Professor of Anthropology at Indiana University of Pennsylvania

McElhaney Hall, Room G-1, 441 North Walk, Indiana, PA 15705

Email: sawn@iup.edu

Phone: 724-357-2841

Philip Neusius, Ph.D.

Chair of the Department of Anthropology and Professor of Anthropology at Indiana University of Pennsylvania

McElhaney Hall, Room G-1, 441 North Walk, Indiana, PA 15705

Email: phillip.neusius@iup.edu

Phone: 724-357-2841

Beverly Chiarulli, Ph.D.

Associate Professor and Director of Archaeological Services at Indiana University of Pennsylvania

McElhaney Hall, Room G-1, 441 North Walk, Indiana, PA 15705

Email: bevc@iup.edu

Phone: 724-357-2841

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Benjamin Ford, Ph.D.

Professor of Anthropology at Indiana University of Pennsylvania

McElhaney Hall, Room G-1, 441 North Walk, Indiana, PA 15705

Email: ben.ford@iup.edu

Phone: 724-357-2841

Joseph Baker

PennDOT Cultural Resources Program

400 North St, Harrisburg, PA 17120

Email: joebaker@pa.gov

Phone: 717-705-1482






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