Antonio J. Waring, Jr. Archaeological Laboratory University of West Georgia

Antonio J. Waring, Jr. Archaeological Laboratory

 
Lewis H. Larson, Jr. Medal Reward Program

Copper Volunteers

Copper Level Volunteers have completed at least 40 hours of service. Each Copper volunteer is invited to join the Anthropological Society of the University of West Georgia (if not already an active member) and receives a Copper Volunteer t-shirt.

Active Copper Volunteers
Randi Marchello
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Senior Volunteer. UWG Anthroplogy Undergraduate.
Confidence Ndukwe
B.S. in Biology at UWG.

Bronze Volunteers

Bronze Level Volunteers have completed at least 100 hours of service with satisfactory performance evaluations. Each Bronze volunteer receives an embroidered bag.

Active Bronze Volunteers
Hilliary Jolly

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Senior Volunteer. Anthropology Undergradate at UWG.
William Enquist
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Senior Volunteer. UWG Anthroplogy Undergraduate.

Silver Volunteers

Silver Level Volunteers have completed at least 250 hours of service with satisfactory performance evaluations. Each receives special training on a specific curation project. Silver volunteers receive a polo shirt. Each Silver Volunteer is given a special project. 

Nathan Hill
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Senior Volunteer. UWG Anthroplogy Undergraduate.
Jessica Thomason
Senior Volunteer. Anthropology Undergradate at UWG. Minoring in English.
Adriana Negrutiu
Senior Volunteer. Anthropology Undergradate at UWG.
"I enjoy working at the lab becuase I like archaeology and I like working with the collections. Working at the lab has given me the experience and knowledge I will need in my career."

Gold Volunteers

Gold Level Volunteers have completed at least 500 hours of service with satisfactory performance evaluations. Gold volunteers receive a their name on the Waring Laboratory Plaque, and an engraved trowel. 

Linda Izenson
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Senior Volunteer Testimonial – "Volunteering at the Laboratory is a lot of fun. Seniors don’t have to sit at home and stare at the TV, either. Getting out and joining folks of all ages and walks of life who participate in the preservation of our cultures (old and new) is rewarding. Whether you are typing or helping with the open house or participating in helping newcomers learn how to set up a dig site and follow that by learning how important and difficult preservation and cataloging are, the experience is wonderfully rewarding and gratifying to know that you have been a part it." Linda Izenson, active Senior Volunteer since 2005.
Nancy Garner

B.A. (Anthroplogy) from University of West Georgia.
   
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