Student Projects

Student Projects

The Glenn Black Lab has an excellent team of student workers and volunteers who contribute to a number of projects in archaeology, digital media, exhibit preparation, artifact and collections conservation, archival processing, and more.

Along with our focus on research, stewardship, and public outreach, our mission is also dedicated to providing education and practical experience for the next generation of professional archaeologists, curators, librarians, and more.

Please visit our internship and practicum page for more information about opportunities at the Glenn Black Lab.

Eric Carlucci

Eric Carlucci is a graduate research assistant on the Wylie House Bicentennial project working on analyzing and cataloging materials from the 2018 field school.

Bailey Foust

Bailey graduated with a BA in Art History from Indiana University in 2016 and has been working with the Glenn Black Lab's historic image collection of slides, negatives, and prints. She has created inventories of slides and negatives, rehoused all image formats, transferred and interpreted metadata, digitized images, and uploaded image files to image collections online for this project. Bailey will continue to digitize and upload images, as well as implement cleaning techniques that were demonstrated in a image conservation workshop hosted this fall.

Maclaren Guthrie

Maclaren Guthrie is an undergraduate research intern on the Wylie House Bicentennial project working on physical and digital exhibits showcasing the field work and finds of the2018 field school.

Hanna Rea

Hannah Rea is a senior majoring in journalism and history. In addition to helping with social media at the Glenn A. Black Laboratory of Archaeology, this semester she's working on a project analyzing language and semantics relating to the purchase of the Angel Mounds site in the late 1930s and early 1940s.