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Current Graduate Students in Anthropology

 

 

 Carbone Image Catherine Carbone received her undergraduate degree in classical archaeology from University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia in 2013.  Her thesis is titled Down to the Bone:  Preliminary Study into Skeletal Weathering in the High Plains of Eastern New Mexico.    Amber Clarkson is from Lee's Summit, Missouri.  She received her undergraduate degree in anthropology from University of Central Missouri - Warrensburg in 2020.  She's interested in faunal remains and human evolution.   Amber is currently working as an Anthropology Department graduate assistant.
 Generic Student ImageLaura Evans is from Tucumcari, New Mexico.  She completed her undergraduate degree in history and anthropology at ENMU in 2018.  Her graduate research invovles variation of taphonomic processes.  Laura currently works as an Anthropology Department graduate assistant.  Her future plans include working in CRM and continuing in a doctorate program.  Cash Ficke is from Lincoln, New Mexico.  He received his undergraduatea degree in anthropology, with an emphasis in archaeology, from ENMU in 2018.  After graduation he did CRM work in three states and is currently employed by WSP Inc. as a report writer.   He also works as an Anthropology Department graduate assistant.  He's interested in ceramics and will be doing his graduate research on Paquime ceramics in the Miles Collection.  In the future, Cash plans to work as a field director or project manager and eventually open his own conulting firm.
     
 Generic Student ImageLincoln Harschlip received his undergraduate degree in history from University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire in 2011.  His research project title is Investigations at a Rock Shelter in the Ojito Wilderness, Northwest New Mexico.  Jonah Jankovik is from Saltsburg, Pennsylvania.  She received her undergraduate degree in anthropology, with a concentration in archaeology, from the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg in 2019.  She's interested in historic and prehistoric ceramics.  Jonah is currently working as an Anthropology Department graduate assistant. 
     
 Martinez ImageErick Martinez is from El Paso, by way of San Diego. He received his undergraduate degree in anthropology from University of Texas at El Paso in 2015. His thesis title is Patterned Variability of Los Esteros Lake Project (N.M.) Projectile Points.   Erick plans to go on to a Ph.D. program. 
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Taylor McCoy, from Williamsport, Indiana, received her undergraduate degree in anthropology from University of Southern Indiana in 2018.  Her research interests include southwest archaeology, Paleoindian archaeology, and museum studies.  Taylor plans to work in the future for a CRM or BLM firm and evenually work in museum curation or administration.
 Generic Student ImageFanxiu Meng is from Beijing, Cina.  She received her undergraduate degree in philosophy and anthropology from Eastern New Mexico University in 2018.  She first game to ENMU as an exchange student from Sichuan University in China where she studied philosophy with a minor in archaeology.   Meng currently works as an Anthropology Department graduate assistant and in the International Student Office. Her future plans include getting a Ph.D. and traveling around the world.  Rashid Image

Malikah Rashid is from Atlanta and received her undergraduate degree in anthropology from University of West Georgia in 2015.  Her research interests include forensic anthropology, human osteology, and biological anthropology.  Malikah's thesis tittle is What are you?  Determination of Hispanic Ancestry.

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Michael Rohrer is from Poquoson, Virginia.  He received his B.S. in anthropology from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2013.  Michael has worked as a CRM field archaeologist since 2013 and currently works as an Anthropology Department graduate assistant and on various CRM field projects during school breaks.  His research interests include impacts to previously recorded sites and survey areas and lithic technology.  He plans to continue working in CRM.

  Rucker ImageGabrielle Rucker is from Saint Louis, Missouri.  She received her undergraduate adegree in sociology with an emphasis in cultural anthropology from University of Missouri-Kansas City in 2017.  Her research interests include the study of minorities and their practicies in East Asia.  Gabrielle currently works as an Anthropology Department graduate assistant and plans to eventually obtain her Ph.D. and certification in curation.
     
 Jacob Spurlin is from Fort Worth, Texas.  He received his undergraduate degree in sociology and anthropology from University of North Texas in 2020.  He's interested in religion and worldview.  Jacob is currently working as an Anthropology Department graduate assistant.    Darla Wright is from Amarillo, Texas.  She received her undergraduate degree in anthropology from Arizona State University in 2001 and her M.Ed. degree in early childhood education and special education from University of Texas at Austin in 2003.   She's interested in Plains archaeology.  Darla is currently working as an Anthropology Department graduate assistant.

 


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