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Cornell University (Archaeology)
University of Pittsburgh (Master's)
I am a professional archaeologist with extensive background and education in reading, writing, social sciences, and statistics. I have worked extensively over the years with ages ranging from elementary through college students. I have received formal instruction in education as part of my graduate level studies and spent two years teaching introductory level Anthropology classes.
I enjoy helping students to improve skills and learning techniques that will aid their educational goals well into the future. Excellent reading and writing skills are essential to almost all courses of study and professions.
I actively work in the field of anthropology, which constantly exposes me to new information and developments in the field. My work requires communication with people from a wide variety of economic and educational background.
I have completed advanced studies in a field requiring extensive research, reading, writing, and proofreading. I have a complete understanding of all aspects, from the building blocks of grammar and vocabulary through organization and composition.
My work as an archaeologist often takes me out of town for a week at a time, and leaves me with a week or more of downtime in between projects. Because of this, I will be most helpful for students looking for assistance in preparing for tests or completing larger projects and papers. I am a professional archaeologist with extensive background and education in reading, writing, social sciences, and statistics. I have worked extensively over the years
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I have a master's degree in Anthropology from the University of Pittsburgh. During my coursework for the degree I also taught introductory classes for up to 100 undergrads at a time. I now work professionally as an archaeologist.