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It was Pretty Humerus

by Rachel Rambo, Spring 2018 Intern in the Virtual Curation Laboratory My time as an intern in the Virtual Curation lab this semester was nothing short of humorous. I was able to revert back to my time as a freshman art student and utilize my painting abilities to replicate artifacts. In the lab, I was … Continue reading

Presenting the Past: Spring 2018 Student Edition

by Bernard K. Means This past Wednesday, April 25, 2018, students from my Archaeological Methods and Research Design and Visualizing and Exhibiting Anthropology courses at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) joined hundreds of other VCU students from all disciplines and presented research posters at the 6th annual VCU Undergraduate Research Poster Symposium. Beginning last year, I required students … Continue reading

Stepping Up – Beginning the Journey of Connecting to the Past

By Al Pajak Professional Development Facilitator, Arizona Science Center and  Ph.D. Candidate, Prescott College, Prescott, Arizona It was time to step up to the plate and take a swing. At Prescott College, the first year PhD students present their preliminary research proposals in a forum that connects with previous cohorts, guests, and faculty. This first … Continue reading

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