These folks are helping out the project one way or another and we’d like to use this space to acknowledge them. In no particular order, we’d like to thank
Melissa Scharffenberg, M.A. (Georgia State University): Even though her archaeological interests are in Viking burial practices, and her thesis was on the practices of gender at a 19th century hotel in Kennesaw, Georgia, we have convinced Melissa to give Maya archaeology a shot. She agreed and will be volunteering on the project for two weeks at the beginning of the season.
Kevin Limongelli, Graphic Designer: Kevin has offered his time to us with helping to get this website up, running, and continually updated. Check out Kevin’s graphic design portfolio.
C.L. Kieffer, M.A. (CSULA) UNM graduate student is donating several weeks of her time during the 2011 field season to assist with the cave project and analyze human remains should they be encountered.