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Location: Boone, NC, USA
University: Appalachian State University
Major: Anthropology

Resume

Ian Skinner

Education:
James Hunt High School
4559 Lamm Rd.
Wilson, NC 27893

Appalachian State University
287 River St.
Boone, NC 28608
Major: Bachelor of Science in Biological Anthropology, 2017
Minor: Criminal Justice
GPA: 3.32
(August 2013-December 2017)

Work Experience:
Company/Agency
Appalachian State University
Address
287 River Street
Boone, NC 28608
US
Phone
xxx-xxx-xxxx
Website
xxx-xxx-xxxx
Position
Administrative Assistant
Hours/Week
10
Dates
August 2014 - December 2017
Supervisor
Wanda Hamilton, University Program Associate
Reason for Leaving
Graduation
Duties Summary
My role in this position consisted of coordinating intercampus communications through the use of a multi-line telecommunication system, managing incoming and out-going mail, creating spreadsheets, data entry, as well as developing and promoting a positive environment conducive to student academic excellence, growth and development.




Company/Agency
Appalachian State University, Criminal Justice Department
Address
287 River Street
Boone, NC 28608
US
Phone
xxx-xxx-xxxx
Website
xxx-xxx-xxxx
Position
Research Assistant
Hours/Week
22
Dates
May 2017 - August 2017
Supervisor
Dr. Elicka Peterson Sparks, Government & Justice Studies Professor
Reason for Leaving
Temporary Summer Position
Duties Summary
Find related, peer-reviewed research pertaining to correlations between violence, appearance, and the crime control process for the purpose of an impending book's publication. Additionally, explore crime related statistics, meet and discuss research topics, and read through peer-related research to determine its utility for the project.

Company/Agency
Appalachian State University, Anthropology Department
Address
287 River Street
Boone, NC 28608
US
Phone
xxx-xxx-xxxx
Website
xxx-xxx-xxxx
Position
Forensic Anthropology Camp Supervisor
Hours/Week
20
Employees Supervised
4
Dates
July 2016 - August 2017
Supervisor
Dr. Gwen Robbins-Schug, Professor of Anthropology

Reason for Leaving
Temporary Summer Positions
Duties Summary
Manage camper medical records and lodging information, maintain communication with the parents of campers in the event of illness, coordinate with other counselors and provide feedback, tutor campers in the human skeletal lab answering questions pertaining to the physical characteristics of individual human skeletons and manner of death, facilitate the safe transportation of campers across campus and into the field, transport tools to excavation site, and provide guidance throughout the excavation process.

Company/Agency
Appalachian State University, Anthropology Department
Address
287 River Street
Boone, NC 28608
US
Phone
xxx-xxx-xxxx
Website
xxx-xxx-xxxx
Position
Main Office Assistant
Hours/Week
10
Dates
May 2017 - June 2017
Supervisor
Amanda Perry, Administrative Assistant
Reason for Leaving
Temporary Position
Duties Summary
Maintenance and organization of department storage and curation materials, data entry, and other clerical duties.

Company/Agency
Appalachian State University, Anthropology Department
Address
287 River Street
Boone, NC 28607
US
Phone
xxx-xxx-xxxx
Website
xxx-xxx-xxxx
Position
Teacher's Assistant

Hours/Week
10
Dates
January 2016 - April 2017
Supervisor
Dr. Gwen M. Robbins Schug & Dr. Colin Quinn, Professor of Anthropology
Reason for Leaving
Temporary Position
Duties Summary
For this position, I maintained regular laboratory hours throughout each week and tutored osteology students in the study of human skeletal material, set out material and organized lab exercises, graded student's lab manuals, and provided independent tutoring.

Company/Agency
Appalachian State University, Anthropology Department
Address
287 River Street
Boone, NC 28608
US
Phone
xxx-xxx-xxxx
Website
xxx-xxx-xxxx
Position
Lab Assistant
Hours/Week
10
Dates
May 2016 - August 2016
Supervisor
Dr. Gwen M. Robbins Schug, Professor of Anthropology
Reason for Leaving
Temporary Position
Duties Summary
My role in this job consisted of facilitating the secure transportation of human skeletal remains to the new anthropology department, creating 3-D scans of human fetal, skeletal remains and maintaining and operating scanning equipment.

Company/Agency
Appalachian State University, Anthropology Department
Address
287 River Street
Boone, NC 28608
US
Phone
xxx-xxx-xxxx
Website
xxx-xxx-xxxx
Position
Independent Study
Hours/Week
10
Dates
May 2015 - August 2015
Supervisor
Dr. Gwen M. Robbins Schug, Professor of Anthropology
Reason for Leaving
Temporary Summer Study
Duties Summary
Operation and maintaining of scanning equipment and 3-D scanning of fetal osteological specimens.


Activities and Honors:
Dean’s Honor List Spring 2013
Dean’s Honor List Spring 2014
Anthropology Club Fall 2015-Spring 2016
Lambda Alpha National Collegiate Honors Society for Anthropology Spring 2016


References:

Wanda Hamilton
University Programs Associate
Appalachian State Student Learning Center
D.D. Dougherty Hall
Boone, NC, 28608
828 – 262 - 6715
Relationship: Previous Supervisor
Can speak highly of my service as an Administrative Assistant and my fulfillment of the responsibilities of that job.

Dr. Elicka Peterson Sparks
Professor of Government & Justice Studies
Appalachian State University
2034 Anne Belk Hall
Boone, NC, 28608
xxx-xxx-xxxx
Relationship: Previous Professor & Supervisor
Capable of speaking on behalf of my work as a Research Assistant and previous dedication as a student.

Dr. Gwen Robbins Schug
Supervisor & Anthropology Professor
Appalachian State University
320 Anne Belk Hall
Boone, NC, 28608
xxx-xxx-xxxx
Relationship: Previous professor & Supervisor
May speak on behalf of my academic performance and my role as a Teacher’s Assistant and Laboratory Assistant, as well as give input for my participation in an independent study involving the three-dimensional scanning of fetal skeletal remains.



Professional Development:

Conferences Attended:
Cultivating Peace: Research Symposium on Violence Prevention- April 2017

Presentations & Papers:
Little, K.M., & Skinner, I.P. (2017, April). LGBT & Victimization: Visibility and Data Insufficiency. Research presented at Cultivating Peace: A Research Symposium on Violence Prevention, Virginia, North Carolina.

References