University of Pittsburgh, 2014

MLIS, concentration in Archives and Information Science | GPA 3.8

Archival Access and Representation | Archival Appraisal | Archives and Records Management | Legal Issues in Information Handling: Copyright and Fair Use in the Digital Age | Digital Humanities | Library and Archival Computing | Preservation Management | Preserving Digital Culture | Records and Information Management | Understanding Information

The George Washington University, 2012

BA Archaeology | BA Anthropology | GPA 3.86

Fall 2011 – Spring 2012
Advanced Osteology | Ancient Art of the Roman Empire | Archaeology of North America | Foundations of Anthropology | General Chemistry I | Illness, Healing, and Culture | Intro to Creative Writing | Nineteenth-Century European History | Shakespeare | Theory and Practice in Archaeology

Spring 2011
Forensic Anthropology Lab | Historical Archaeology | Human Variation (Anthropology) | Japanese Culture Through Film | Language in Culture and Society | Modernism (Literature) | Sociocultural Anthropology

Fall 2010
Study Abroad at University College London
Archaeology of Iran | Early Medieval Archaeology of Britain | Roman Life and Thought | Zooarchaeology

Fall 2009 – Spring 2010
Archaeology and the Celts | Beginning Classical Greek I | Biological Anthropology | Early Aegean and Greek Civilization | Greece and Rome in the Art and Architecture of Washington DC | History of England to 1689 | Intermediate French I+II | Language and Linguistic Analysis | Origins of the State and Urban Society | Taekwondo | The English Novel

Summer 2009
Mediterranean Field Program – 3 week archaeological excavation in Israel at Tel Kabri, the site of a Middle Bronze Age Canaanite palace and temple complex.
Undergraduate Research – 1 month internship in Oaxaca, Mexico to catalog and illustrate ceramic and stone artifacts from the pre-Columbian site, Etlatongo.

Fall 2008 – Spring 2009
Archaeology | Basic French I+II | General Psychology | Intro to Statistics in Social Science | Mathematical Ideas I | Political and Social Commentary in Science Fiction (Media Studies) | Roman Archaeology | Troy and the Trojan War | University Writing | Viola (Performance)

Advanced Placement Course Credit
Elements of Music Theory | European Civilization in World Context | Introductory Biology I+II | Intro to American History I+II | Intro to English Literature I+II | Spanish Language, Culture, and Society I+II