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Virtual Curation Laboratory Intern Profile: Ashley Perry

Note from the Director: This is a first in a series of posts about Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) students interning for the Spring 2014 semester in the Virtual Curation Laboratory by Ashley Perry I am a senior here at VCU attempting dual degrees in Anthropology and History. One of the main reasons I wanted to … Continue reading

Virtual Curation, Collaboration, and Outreach in Virginia

by Bernard K. Means, Director Yesterday, February 21, I traveled to the bustling small town of Gloucester, Virginia, to attend the Council of Virginia Archaeologists (COVA) winter meeting, an organization of professional archaeologists in the Old Dominion state.  The meeting was hosted by The Fairfield Foundation and the Gloucester Mainstreet Preservation Trust and opened with a presentation by … Continue reading

Creating Digital Models of Monongahela Tradition Artifacts

by Bernard K. Means, Director Note: this was originally created as a report on a Virginia Commonwealth University College of Humanities and Sciences Faculty Council’s Need Grants Award The Virginia Commonwealth University’s College of Humanities and Sciences Faculty Council’s Need Grants Award was used to fund a research trip to The State Museum of Pennsylvania … Continue reading

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