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Curriculum Vitae Example: From Former Student

Name
Personal information including address and email

Education

Degree             Year                Discipline                    University

B.A.                                        Anthropology              SUNY Geneseo

Minor                                                                          SUNY Geneseo

Professional Experience

2006    Hopewell Culture National Historical Park, Chillicothe, Ohio; Archaeological Aid (GS04); Seven weeks; Duties include teaching in Teacher’s Workshops, working on Mound City Project, and phase one testing at Hopewell Mound Group.

2005    Laboratory Analysis of Bockmier Point Collection; Student; Three weeks; Duties include cleaning and cataloging of artifacts, ceramic analysis, and creation of poster for explanation of analysis.

2004    Hopewell Culture National Historical Park, Chillicothe, Ohio; Internship; Six weeks; Learning experiences include magnetometry, resistivity, GPS, and laser transit; Duties include organizing library, working on Mound City Project, and teaching in Teacher’s Workshops.

2002    SUNY Geneseo Field School at Bockmier Point, New York; Student; Three weeks; Learning experiences include excavation   techniques, artifact recognition, note-taking techniques, and proper care of equipment.

Publications

  1. Burks, Jarrod and Jennifer Pederson, Lynette Willsey, Dawn Walter Gagliao, Kathy Brady-Rawlins.  New Discoveries Right in Our Own Front Yard: Preliminary Results of Recent Research at Mound City Group.  Hopewell Archeology:  The Newsletter of Hopewell Archeology in the Ohio River Valley, Vol. 6 (1):5.

Professional Presentations

2004         Predictive Modeling of Proto-Iroquoian Settlement Location Along the Allegheny River.  Poster presented at the       
                 New York Archaeological Conference, 88th Annual Meeting of New York State Archaeological Association, Rochester,
                 New York, May
.

2004           Predictive Modeling of Proto-Iroquoian Settlement Location Along the Allegheny River.  Poster presented at the SUNY Geneseo Undergraduate Scholar Symposium, Geneseo, New York, April.

2004           Predictive Modeling of Proto-Iroquoian Settlement Location Along the Allegheny River.  Poster presented at the at the Society for American Archaeology, 69th Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada, April.

2003           Bockmeir Point Ceramics:  Canadians in Southern New York – eh?  Poster presented at the Northeastern Anthropological Association, 43rd Annual Meeting, Burlington, Vermont, March (Co-presented Eli Bonvell).                

2003           SUNY Geneseo Research at Bockmeir Point Site:  New Insights into Old Problems.  Paper presented at the Northeastern Anthropological Association, 43rd Annual Meeting, Burlington, Vermont, March, (Co-authored Paul Pacheco).

Honors/Awards

Honors

Fall 2001-Spring 2004            Dean’s List at SUNY Geneseo

Spring 2004    Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Delta Chapter of New York at SUNY Genese

Spring 2004    Lambda Alpha, National Collegiate Honors Society for Anthropology, Epsilon Chapter of New York at SUNY Geneseo

Spring 2003    Golden Key National Honors Society

Spring 2003    National Residence Hall Honorary, Blue Knights Chapter at SUNY Geneseo

Fall 2000         Dean’s List at SUNY Geneseo

Awards

2004    Recipient of SUNY Geneseo Undergraduate Research Association Travel Grant ($288) to attend Society for American Archaeology Meeting, March 31-April 4, Montreal, Canada

2003    Recipient of SUNY Geneseo Undergraduate Research Association Travel Grant ($386) to attend Northeastern Anthropological Association Meeting, March 20-23, University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont

2002    Recipient of SUNY Geneseo Undergraduate Research Association Research Grant ($416), “A Predictive Model of Early Iroquoian Settlement Location in the Allegheny Valley”, Spring 2003

Service

College

2003                Treasurer of Geneseo Fencing Club; Duties include check requests and recording all financial transactions.

2002-2003       Treasurer of Geneseo Symphony Orchestra and Geneseo Wind Ensemble; Duties include check requests, recording all financial transactions, and mailing paychecks to performers.

2001-   Member of Geneseo Wind Ensemble; Duties include attending all rehearsals and concerts and preparing all parts for performance.

2000-   Member of Geneseo Symphony Orchestra; Duties include attending all rehearsals and concerts and preparing all parts for performance.

Department

2002-   Member of Geneseo Anthropology Association

Discipline

2003-   Student Member of Society for American Archaeology

Community

2003-2004       Dunkirk Conference Center, Dunkirk, New York; Pilgrim’s and Senior High Camp Counselor; Two weeks; Duties include care of girls in cabin, co-running family group, co-running Vesper’s services, running programs for kids, and nighttime duties.

Personal Growth

2003                GOLD Workshop; Student Organization Leaders Training

2003                GOLD Workshop; Seven Habits of Highly Effective People

2002                Safe Zone Training, October

2002                GOLD Workshop; Who Moved My Cheese?

2002                Dunkirk Conference Center, Pilgrims Counselor

Field Experience

2003-2004       Hopewell Mound Group, Ross County, Ohio Archeological Aid

2003-2004       Hopeton Earthworks, Ross County, Ohio Archeological Aid

2003-2004       Mound City Group, Ross County, Ohio Archeological Aid

2004  Dixon Hollow, Livingston County, New York, Field Supervisor

2003  Bockmeir Point, Cattaraugus County, New York, Field Student