Brushing Rodent Teeth

Post by Kristin Leonard, PSU undergraduate and Archaeology Lab Intern Every term that I have spent in Dr. Anderson’s lab has been a new learning experience. While in terms past I have sorted bulk samples, conducted basic ceramic analysis, and tagged and catalogued artifacts, this term I have mostly been doing faunal cleaning and basic […]

Connecting Students to Archaeology

Post by Jonathan Duelks, PSU undergraduate and Archaeology Lab Intern Public outreach and education is an important part of what happens here in the anthropology department at PSU, as well as with the Port Clarence Project.  As a part of an assignment for the analysis of faunal remains class three of my classmates, Kelsi McDaniel, […]

Climate Change Projects – Update

I wrote a short article on various climate change research projects that appeared in Witness the Arctic this last week.  The publication is put together by the Arctic Research Consortium of the U.S..  If you’re interested, you can read the short piece here: http://www.arcus.org/witness-the-arctic/2014/1/article/20437