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University of West Florida
University of West Florida - UWF (Master's)
My name is Nicole, and I am in my final semester as a graduate student at the University of West Florida. My research is largely archaeological but I have a strong background in anatomy, biology, and biological anthropology (specifically, skeletal analysis). For the completion of my degree I was required to write, edit, and submit a thesis. Given this requirement, I am a proficient writer and an excellent editor; I began my college career as an English major. In addition, I minored in criminal justice, have teaching experience, and am comfortable working with children.
My name is Nicole, and I am in my final semester as a graduate student at the University of West Florida. My research is largely archaeological but I have a strong background in anatomy, biology, and biological … Read more
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I am in my final semester as a graduate student of biological anthropology at the University of West Florida. If you would like to see my transcripts or contact my advisers please feel free to contact me.
As previously stated, I am a graduate student at the University of West Florida. For the completion of my thesis work I conducted a series of archaeological excavations at St. Michael's Cemetery in historic Pensacola, Florida. I have also taken, and taught, a Forensic Field Methods course (this course teaches standard forensic and archaeological field procedures).
During the completion of both my A.A. and my B.A. degree I took a variety of criminal justice courses. I earned high grades in each of these classes.
As a graduate student I worked as teacher's assistant. Part of my duties for this job included student lectures prior to exams. Given this requirement, I have lectured on topics such as, but not limited to, molecular genetics, modern human variation, and evolutionary theory. Genetics is my favorite topic to teach.
In addition to being a mother and completing my graduate degree, I also maintained full-time employment while in school. I finished my MA with no debt. I have learned how to properly budget time, finances, school, and a personal life.