Are you staying in Northfield this summer? Will you be back on campus early? Do you have a few open weeks between July 1 and Sept. 10?
If so, I need you! I am looking for students to conduct zooarchaeological analysis of excavated animal bones from the historic Olin Farm site in the Cowling Arboretum! I will supervise all work in the Arch Lab in Anderson. You will learn how to identify animal bones, take scientific measurements, input data into spreadsheets, analyze that data, and co-write academic publications.
Pay is $13.50/hr. You can work anywhere from 10 to 40 hrs/week. Work times are flexible and can change week to week. No more than 4 weeks @ full time per student (160 hrs or $2,160).
Please email Sarah Kennedy (firstname.lastname@example.org) to apply/for more info!