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Matthew H. Marino Graduate Researcher

1050 NE Creston Lane Pullman, WA 99163 954.336.3625

Experience Graduate Researcher, Teaching Assistant, Department of Anthropology, Washington State University, Pullman, WA (2012present).

Conducted archaeological research and excavation in salvage/preservation context. Managed, analyzed, and curated collections.

Collections Assistant, Independent Researcher, Vertebrate Paleontology Laboratory, Florida Museum of Natural History, Gainesville, FL (2011). Student Researcher and Lab Volunteer, Laboratory of Southeastern Archaeology, Department of Anthropology, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL (2010-2012). Independent Researcher and Caregiver, Jungle Friends Primate Sanctuary, Gainesville, FL (2009-2010).

Education Cataloged, sorted, and analyzed archaeological collections in Lab of Southeastern Archaeology.

Master of Arts: Anthropology, Washington State University (2014, in progress) Thesis topic: Zooarchaeological analysis of Northwest Coast canids Advisor: Dr. Colin Grier Bachelor of Arts: Anthropology, magna cum laude, University of Florida (2012) Senior thesis: Sacred Sands: Appearance and Alteration of Colored Sediments in St. Johns Sand Mounds Advisor: Dr. Ken Sassaman

Technical Skills Excavated paleontological specimens in lab setting and repaired fragmented remains for museum display and curation.

Archaeological excavation, photography, faunal and ceramic analysis Artifact collection, processing, and curation Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs, Stata, ArcGIS, SketchUp

References Colin Grier, Associate Professor, 509.335.7406 William D. Lipe, Professor Emeritus, 509.335.2100 Melissa Goodman-Elgar, Assistant Professor, 509.335.4807

Resume Marino [March2014]  
Resume Marino [March2014]