University of New Mexico - Albuquerque
B.S., Archaeology; Minor, Earth & Planetary Sciences and Journalism
2012 – (Ant. Graduation) 2014 | Albuquerque, New Mexico
Accepted as a transfer student for Fall 2012 with the Amigo Transfer Scholarship.
Austin Community College
Undergraduate Coursework, Archaeology
2010 – 2011 | Austin-Round Rock, Texas Area
Completed all coursework in 3 semesters, a total of 65 credit hours in 51 weeks. Studies focused on archaeology, anthropology, fieldwork, and technical writing. Participated in a ten-day field school in Belize. Additional studies include art history, geology, theory of evolution, and philosophy.
Field School: Belize, Summer 2011
[Mesoamerican Archaeology and Anthropology & Academic Cooperative: Ethnographic Data Study]
I was one of the eleven students chosen to participate in the 10-day field school with a research design that focused on orientation patterns of structures at Altun Ha, Cerros, Lamanai, and La Milpa.
Activities and Societies: National Society of Leadership and Success: Chapter Sigma Alpha Pi, Phi Theta Kappa: Chapter Alpha Gamma Pi, Scuba Diving, Note taking for students with disabilities.
Round Rock High School
Diploma, High School
2009 – 2010 | Round Rock, Texas
Activities and Societies: Astronomy!
Tecnológico de Monterrey
High School, Bilingue
2007 – 2009 | Mexico City, Mexico
Extensive studies in science: astronomy, biology, organic and inorganic chemistry, environmental science, health sciences, physics, and world geography. Additional studies include analytic geometry, statistics, composition, history (e.g., world, USA, Mexico), Italian, Spanish, art history, computer sciences, and public speaking.
Was unable to complete my diploma at ITESM due to an unexpected move back to the United States of America. Completed diploma at Round Rock High School.
Activities and Societies: Tutoring, lab assistant