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MASS Students Present at Meeting of the Georgia Academy of Science

William Brant and Rachael Cohran, archaeology-emphasis MASS students, presented thesis-related research at the 92nd Annual Meeting of the Georgia Academy of Science on Saturday, March 14, 2015. The well-attended conference was held at Georgia College and State University, Milledgeville, Georgia.

William Brant

William received the Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Award, Anthropology Section, for his work titled “Mapping Soil Profiles and Phosphorous Levels at Camp Lawton (9JS1).” His award includes both a certificate and a monetary prize.

Rachael Cohran

Rachael presented well-received research on her topic “Mississippian Settlement Patterns in the Ogeechee River Valley: Preliminary Findings from a Case Study at Old Town Plantation.”

Both William and Rachael were favorably reviewed by the awards committee, and represented the MASS program well.

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