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Person and/or Lab hiring Contact Information Position Description Type of Anthropology ResearchType of Activity Type of PositionTime Commitment LocationCompensationQualifications ExpectedHow to Apply? One Time or On-going Position?Application deadline/ closing dateAny additional information?
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John Darwent, Arctic Archaeology LabDr. John Darwent, jadarwent@ucdavis.eduLab assistance with archaeological collections from Alaska and Greenland. Cleaning, sorting, organizing, counting, weighing, and tagging collections for analysis and museum curation. EvolutionaryLabQuarterly/Short Term
3 hours/week on Thursdays and Fridays
Center for Archaeological Research at Davis: Suite 600, 607 Pena Dr., DavisAcademic Credit (ANT 192 or 199 units), VolunteerIntroduction to Archaeology (ANT 3) or equivalent.email jadarwent@ucdavis.eduOn-going6/30/2022Attention to detail is important for all archaeology lab positions, as maintaining artifact provenience is essential.
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Jelmer Eerkensjweerkens@ucdavis.eduStudent would assist in preparation of archaeological fish and mammal bones for stable isotope analysis. Larger goal is to help reconstruct ancient environments and ecologies in Central California. EvolutionaryLab
Either 1 quarter, or if student is interested in continuing, it could become part of a longer research project (e.g., senior thesis)
3 or 6 hours per week306 Young HallAcademic Credit (ANT 192 or 199 units), VolunteerAnt 3 or equivalentContact professor EerkensOne Time1/5/2022
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Jelmer Eerkensjweerkens@ucdavis.eduSorting of flotation heavy fraction material from a prehistoric site on Putah Creek in Yolo County. Involves looking through small pebbles and sand and identifying very small fish bones, obsidian flakes, shellfish fragments, burned clay, and other archaeological materials of interest. Requires use of microscope.EvolutionaryLabQuarterly/Short Term3 hours per week306 Young HallAcademic Credit (ANT 192 or 199 units), VolunteerAnt 3 and an interest in archaeologyEmail the professorOne Time1/5/2022
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Diana Malarchik (credits through Dr. Jelmer Eerkens)dmalarchik@ucdavis.eduContinuing a database of historic death records - specifically 1860's San Francisco and possibly other surrounding towns. I am also hoping to have a student(s) begin to help with analysis and understanding of health patterns in the past.Evolutionary
Data Entry, Data Analysis
Quarterly/Short Term3-6 hours weeklyUC DavisAcademic Credit (ANT 192 or 199 units), VolunteerProficient in Microsoft office (word and excel) Email me.
It can be either on-going or one time, whatever works best for the student
1/14/2022
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Chelsea Cataldo-Ramirez (PhD Student) and Tim Weaver (faculty)
ccataldoramirez@ucdavis.edu and tdweaver@ucdavis.edu
We are looking for students to assist with organizing the human osteology teaching collection. Tasks will include labeling, sorting, and re-boxing. Students must be familiar with human osteology.
EvolutionaryLabOpen Ended
At least one quarter for at least an hour a week.
204 Young Hall
Academic Credit (ANT 192 or 199 units), Volunteer
Students must be familiar with human osteology
Please send us an email.
On-going1/7/2022
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Sara Watsonsewatson@ucdavis.edu
For this project, we are using data already published in scientific journals to answer new questions about human evolution and technological change in southern Africa during the late Pleistocene (126-12 thousand years ago).

During this internship you will learn how to:
1) Create and utilize data frames and databases to record scientific data
2) Search academic sources, differentiate between peer-reviewed and non peer-reviewed sources
3) Use a reference manager to store bibliographic references and generate bibliographies in specific citation styles
4) Turn raw data into informative tables and figures
Evolutionary
Data Entry, Data Analysis
Open Ended
3 hours per week for Winter Quarter to start with option for longer term project
Flexible
Academic Credit (ANT 192 or 199 units)
Interest in archaeology and paleoanthropology
Email to set up time to talk
On-going3/11/2022
It is helpful if you have taken classes such as ANT 025, 028, 152, 160, 174, 177, 178, 184, or 185 but not required. Potential for developing other projects or Honors theses from this internship during 2022-2023 academic year.
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