This guest post is an announcement for an exciting undergraduate opportunity from AAA Member, Karl Hoerig. Please contact Dr. Hoerig directly with your program questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
I am happy to announce the third season of the White Mountain Apache Tribe/University of Arizona Western Apache Ethnography and GIS Research Experience for Undergraduates, a National Science Foundation REU Site. Interested students may obtain more information and application instructions here. Applications received by March 16 will receive first consideration.
Western Apache Ethnography and GIS Research Experience for Undergraduates
The White Mountain Apache Tribe Heritage Program and the University of Arizona announce opportunities for student participation in the third season of the Western Apache Ethnography and GIS Research Experience for Undergraduates field school, a National Science Foundation-supported program, June 14-July 27, 2012.
Students participating in this REU will contribute to the creation of a Western Apache cultural and historical Atlas. Participants will learn field research techniques that will include:
- Creating research plans and documenting research efforts;
- Conducting archival, interview, survey, and participant-observation research;
- Identifying the locations of historical sites and land modification areas from archival maps, photographs, and land inspections;
- Collecting and conducting initial analysis of qualitative and quantitative data relating to historical and cultural use of landscapes and natural resources;
- Applying Geographic Information Science (GIS) and Global Positioning Systems (GPS) tools and technologies to mapping and field data collection.
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