Mary’s College’s Anthropology faculty, students and alums recently attended the 46th annual Middle Atlantic Archaeological Conference (MAAC) in Ocean City, Maryland, where they shared research findings with their colleagues.
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In the third year of the Rinker School’s mentoring program for undergraduates, Dean Dr.
Liza Gijanto talked about her work at Cremona in a paper entitled “Between the Local and Global: West Ashcomb Estate in the 17th and 18th Century.” Steven Lenik delivered his paper, “Jesuit Missions in Maryland and Martinique: An Atlantic Perspective,” and Patricia Samford reported “The Hawksmoor Cache; Whose Magic is It?
Then speed walking was the craze, followed by speed dating. Recently, majors in the Rinker School of Business at Palm Beach Atlantic tried speed mentoring, a concept to match students with alumni business professionals for career exploration and development.
With three minutes for students to meet each mentor, one might wonder about the value of the experience.
“Many of the mentors were involved in careers that I did not even know existed,” said Emily Freeman of West Palm Beach, a junior majoring in business management “I was also able to gain a lot of knowledge simply through the quick interactions, which made me even more excited to be part of program.” The student and the mentor will meet once per month for this academic year, and the mentor will provide advice about career selection, work/life balance and how a Christian navigates the world of business.
Anthropology senior Rebecca Webster (’16) received a travel scholarship award from the Council for Maryland Archeology to attend the conference and present a preview of her St.
Mary’s Project (SMP) in a paper titled “Re-Examining Seventeenth Century Beads from the Chesapeake.” Anthropology senior Morgan Jenkins-Houk (’16) also presented findings from her SMP in a paper entitled, “What Do the Pots Say?
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