UNM Students Place in New Mexico Archaeology Council 2021 Student Poster Contest

Departmental News

Posted:  Dec 01, 2021 - 12:00pm

Two UNM students placed in the New Mexico Archaeology Council 2021 Student Poster Contest. Jana Valesca Meyer won first place for her poster: The Spatial Distribution of Artificially Modified Faunal Remains at Tijeras Pueblo.  William Marquardt won third place for his poster: Exploring Gendered Ceramic Production: A Case Study from three Classic Period Sites (ca. A.D. 1350—1600) in the Middle Rio Grande, New Mexico.   

The New Mexico Archaeological Council is a non-profit organization dedicated to the pursuit of scientific progress for the field of archaeology in New Mexico. By acting as a guide, forum, and educational resource, our goal is to foster a greater knowledge and appreciation of archaeology within the public.