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  • james m clark jr
    [ ArchaeologyTheoryMethod] PhD support Hunter-Gatherer copper use project DO NOT REPLY DIRECTLY TO ME. FORWARDED ON REQUEST. Graduate Student Funding
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      [ ArchaeologyTheoryMethod] PhD support Hunter-Gatherer copper use project
      DO NOT REPLY DIRECTLY TO ME. FORWARDED ON REQUEST.

      Graduate Student Funding Opportunity As part of a multi-year NSF-Arctic Social
      Sciences

      funded archaeology project investigating native copper innovation and social
      complexity in northwest

      North America I anticipate funding two beginning graduate students (MA or PhD)
      starting fall semester 2012

      in the Department of Anthropology at Purdue University. The funding package
      would

      include at minimum a two-year Research Assistantship (RA) (12 months in year 1
      and 9 months in year 2 - includes tuition and fees). Depending on progress and
      status (PhD or advancement to PhD) students would be eligible for an additional
      1-2 years of partial RA support, and would also be eligible for departmental
      Teaching Assistantships (TA) awarded on a competitive basis. If you will have
      completed a BA/BS or MA/MS degree in Anthropology (or Archaeology) before the
      start of the 2012-2013 academic year, and are interested in a
      thesis/dissertation research topic that uses GIS or site-mapping software to
      facilitate spatial analysis of northern hunter-gatherer archaeology and
      technology, specifically native copper innovation, I encourage you to email me
      directly at hkcooper@... to learn more. The deadline for application to
      Purdue’s Anthropology graduate program is January 1st, 2012. Purdue is located
      in northwest Indiana, one hour from Indianapolis and two hours from Chicago.
      Cheers, H. Kory Cooper Assistant Professor Department of Anthropology & School
      of Materials Engineering Purdue University Email: hkcooper@...

      Kory Cooper 9:13am Aug 26
      Graduate Student Funding Opportunity

      As part of a multi-year NSF-Arctic Social Sciences funded archaeology project
      investigating

      native copper innovation and social complexity in northwest North America I
      anticipate funding

      two beginning graduate students (MA or PhD) starting fall semester 2012 in the
      Department of Anthropology

      at Purdue University. The funding package would include at minimum a two-year
      Research Assistantship (RA)

      (12 months in year 1 and 9 months in year 2 - includes tuition and fees).
      Depending on progress and status

      (PhD or advancement to PhD) students would be eligible for an additional 1-2
      years of partial RA support,

      and would also be eligible for departmental Teaching Assistantships (TA) awarded
      on a competitive basis.

      If you will have completed a BA/BS or MA/MS degree in Anthropology (or
      Archaeology) before the

      start of the 2012-2013 academic year, and are interested in a
      thesis/dissertation research topic

      that uses GIS or site-mapping software to facilitate spatial analysis of
      northern hunter-gatherer

      archaeology and technology, specifically native copper innovation,
      I encourage you to email me directly at hkcooper@... to learn more.
      The deadline for application to Purdue’s Anthropology graduate program is
      January 1st, 2012.

      Purdue is located in northwest Indiana, one hour from Indianapolis and two hours
      from Chicago.

      Cheers,

      H. Kory Cooper
      Assistant Professor
      Department of Anthropology
      & School of Materials Engineering
      Purdue University
      Email: hkcooper@...

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