Undergraduate Students

Our lab provides a research space for undergraduate students completing course credit through Anthro 690 and Anthro 696, which are offered through UW-Madison’s Anthropology Department.

Contact Dr. Schroeder for questions about these courses, volunteer internships, or otherwise getting involved in our lab work and public outreach projects. We will have several opportunities available at outreach events for students who are interested in Eastern North American archaeology and spreading this knowledge to the public.

Listed below are current undergraduate students volunteering at the Wisconsin Archaeology Lab:

Undergraduate Lab Technicians

Bai, Zichen

Zichen is an undergraduate studying Computer Science at UW-Madison. He completed Anthro 370: Field School at Aztalan in the Summer of 2017 and is returning as an undergraduate lab aid for Fall 2017-2018.

Kozar, Aleesha

Aleesha completed field school at Aztalan in 2017. She is returning in the fall as an undergraduate lab tech as part of the Anthro 690 course.

Pilot, Avery

Avery has been volunteering at the Wisconsin Archaeology Lab since Spring 2017. She will return for Fall 2017-2018 as a lab aid to help with our projects.