Maria Densley started her Pacific Northwest archaeology experience in 2004 at the Qwu?gwes/Mud Bay Archaeological Wet Site, near Olympia WA, as a student. After that first summer she completed her B.A. degree at BYU-HI in International Cultural Studies - Anthropology. Her focus while in undergrad was on pre-history migration in the America's. In 2013 she was able to participate in a field school in Ireland. She is preparing to attend graduate school in Fall 2018 and earning her degree in Archaeology/Bio-archaeology.
Achill Island Archaeology Field School, Ireland 2013 student
Qwu?gwes/Mud Bay Archaeological Wet Site, 2004 student, 2006, 2008-2009 field supervisor
Sunken Village Archaeological Wet Site, Oregon, 2006 archaeology technician
B.A., Brigham Young University - Hawaii
Meso-America Archaeology Study Abroad 2003
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