Catherine Dye, whose paper, “Using Archaeology to Find and Interpret the Role of Children in the Colonial Chesapeake,” won the Middle Atlantic Archaeological Conference’s Undergraduate Student Paper Award. Catherine competed against 9 students. Her research for this paper is the basis her St. Mary’s Project, which will be presented in the Blackistone room on Monday, May 1 at 12:30pm. Catherine was given a jump-start with SMURF (St. Mary’s Undergraduate Research Fellowship) during the summer, 2016. Catherine was encouraged to revise and submit their papers to the Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology.
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