Doug Inglis – CV

Education

Graduate Student, Anthropology – Texas A&M University, College Station, TX

Nautical Archaeology Program (Currently Enrolled)

B.A. Anthropology, Dec 2008 – University of Northern Colorado, Greeley CO

Emphasis in Archaeology

B.A. Religious Studies, May 2006 – Colorado College, Colorado Springs, CO

Emphasis in Anthropology

Field Experience

Field Archaeologist, Bach Dang River Project, Vietnam (11/2011)

–          Gradiometer remote sensing survey

Diving Archaeologist, Aucilla River Geoarchaeology Project, Florida (7/2011 – 8/2011)

–          Underwater excavation, coring

Assistant Director, Diving Archaeologist,  Warwick Excavation Project, Bermuda (6/2011 – 7/2011)

–          Logistics, public outreach, underwater excavation, mapping

Diving Archaeologist, Warwick Excavation Project, Bermuda (6/2010 – 7/2010)

–          Underwater excavation, timber recording, artifact illustration

Field Archaeologist /Assistant Monitor, Alpine Archaeological Consultants, Montrose, CO (5/2009 – 8/2009)

–          Pipeline monitoring, data recovery, survey, excavation, illustration

Field Archaeologist, Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Park, CO (8/2008)

–          High altitude survey, coring recording, sketch and GPS mapping

Field School Crew Chief, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO (6/2008 – 7/2008)

–           Supervised student excavation, total station plotting, site photography

Field Archaeologist, Rocky Mountain National Park/UNC SAIP Project, Estes Park, CO (6/2001 – 8/2001, 6/2000 – 8/2000)

–          High altitude survey, surface testing, data recovery, GPS mapping, site illustration, paleo-botanical coring

Field Intern, Rocky Mountain National Park/UNC SAIP Project, Estes Park, CO (6/1999 – 8/1999)

–          High altitude survey, testing, data recovery, site illustration

Laboratory Experience

Research Assistant, New World Laboratory, Texas A&M University (Current, since 8/2010)

–          Artifact illustration, artifact analysis, FARO Arm recording & modeling

Conservator & Lab Assistant, Conservation Research Laboratory, College Station, TX (8/2009 – 8/2010)

–          Electrolytic reduction, artifact cleaning, casting, molding, x-ray and illustration

Lab Assistant, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO (8/2008 – 12/2008)

–          Artifact classification, use-wear analysis and lithic material sourcing.

Related Qualifications

ESRI GIS Certification

Archaeological Illustration

Trained with FARO Arm, Geomagic Studio

Adobe Illustrator, Fireworks, Photoshop

PADI Advanced Open Water Diver

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