Bangor University Postgraduate Award - Archaeology
Noah is from Forsyth County, Georgia and graduated from the University of North Georgia in 2021 with a B.A. in History with and minor in Anthropology. Noah will be attending Bangor University in Bangor, Wales to pursue a MA in Celtic Archaeology focusing on the 3D replication of Celtic artifacts found in Bangor University’s collections. Noah has always been drawn History and Archaeology and serves as president of his university’s History Club and Student Archaeology society. During his leadership, the group undertook a project to 3D scan and digitize some of the artifacts within the collection of the History, Anthropology, Philosophy department at UNG. Noah hopes this experience will benefit him as he pursues his project at Bangor University. Noah also served as first Chair for the Student Senate as part of a new student government design adopted by the university. As a first-generation student, Noah worked alongside other students to form the Alpha Omicron chapter of the academic honor society Alpha Alpha Alpha, a society reserved for first-generation students. Being a first-generation student, Noah pursued every opportunity available, including Fulbright, where he hopes his unique background will help him broaden his understanding of the world around him.