A 2012 graduate of Washington College, Jamie returned to campus in the Fall of 2014 to lecture in Anthropology. Shortly after returning, Jamie became the Outreach and Intern Coordinator for CES and works to plan and provide support for the various programs, events, and internships offered by the Center.
- M.A. Applied Anthropology, Northern Arizona University, 2014
- B.A. Anthropology, minor in Art/Art History, Washington College, 2012
Areas of Interest
- Public Outreach and Education
- Experiential Learning
- Food Production
- Environmental Literacy
Lecturer in Anthropology
Resident Member of Phi Beta Kappa
Advisor of Equestrian Team/Club
In June of 2017, Jamie participated in the Project Archaeology Leadership Academy. She is now a Master Teacher for the program and works with other educators and archaeologists to bring Archaeology into the K-12 classrooms. Archaeology is the perfect interdisciplinary topic to engage students to learn english, math, science and history. Click here or feel free to contact Jamie if you would like to learn more about Project Archaeology.
Yoga, hiking, kayaking, traveling, being outside, eating, rock climbing, spending time with my family and dogs, and riding my horse
So far: France, Greece, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, Scotland, BVI, Canada, Denmark, Netherlands, England, Croatia
On the list: Alaska, Africa, Belize, Argentina, Spain, Italy, and more!