May 05, 2020 - 12:00am
The Archaeological Society of New Mexico has awarded two grants to UNM Archaeology doctoral students:
Genevieve Woodhead has been awarded a scholarship to fund travel to museums to collect data on stylistic versus technological variability among twelfth-century A.D. northern Southwest painted ceramic serving vessels. The study involves preliminary data collection for her dissertation research. Thatcher Rogers has been awarded scholarship to support his work on establishing a chronology for SE Arizona archaeological sites.