DHS grad selected for field school
Dalton graduate and University of Akron senior Hannah Curtis shows a lizard she caught and released. In addition to archeological work, she is completing some ecology studies at different sites as part of the University of Utah Zooarchaeology and Field Ecology Field School.
Hannah Curtis, Dalton High School Class of 2019, and current senior at the University of Akron was one of only eight students selected nationally to participate in the University of Utah Zooarchaeology and Field Ecology Field school.
The group is traveling through Northwest Utah visiting archeological sites before they settle into the Range Creek Canyon in the eastern part of the state to complete their research projects. Students attend and present their research at the 16th Annual Zooarchaeology Conference at Eagle Lake the last weekend of the field school.
Curtis is a double major in History and Anthropology and also working towards a Field Archeology Certificate.
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