Bangor University Postgraduate Award, Bangor University - Archaeology
Originally from a small town in central Maine, I graduated from Drexel University in 2019 with a B.A. in Anthropology.
My fascination with human culture began when I was young, hoarding National Geographic magazines under my bed, and developed into me studying abroad in Germany, Greece, and Scotland. At Bangor University, I will be studying the “Celtic” peoples of the Late Bronze and Iron Ages, the dissemination of their art and customs across the region, and how this has impacted modern cultural identities.
I desire to make archaeological knowledge more accessible to the public, allowing people to learn about their shared history and teach this to new generations. In the future, I plan to pursue a PhD and become a professor to further this goal.
In my spare time I love to do Tae Kwon Do, read, and explore. I am looking forward to taking many trips into Snowdonia National Park and visiting museums.