CCU archaeologist speaks for Phi Alpha Theta
Dillian's talk is titled "African Origins of Animal Herding: An Archaeological Investigation." An assistant professor of archaeology in the Department of History at CCU, Dillian serves as director of the CCU Prehistoric Archaeological Field School and is a field director for the Koobi Fora Field School in Kenya. She earned a Ph.D. in anthropology from the University of California, Berkeley, and holds M.S. and B.A. degrees in anthropology from the University of Pennsylvania. A member of the Register of Professional Archaeologists, she has worked on field excavations in the United States and in Kenya.
Phi Alpha Theta is the history honor society for undergraduate and graduate students, and professors of history. It is a charter member of the Association of College Honor Societies and has more than 350,000 members, with about 9,500 new members joining each year through 860 local chapters.
This year's Phi Alpha Theta inductees are:
Hosea Amos Jr. of Surfside Beach
Grace Burleson of Myrtle Beach
Joseph Cannon of Murrells Inlet
Christian Dilger of Little Silver, N.J.
Jennifer Dorman of Galivants Ferry
Mark Jessup of Conway
Nicole Johnson of Lexington
Arthur Kelley of Letohatchee, Ala.
Michael Koziarski II of Myrtle Beach
Jessie Leonard of Garden City
Taylor Neeley of Columbia
Woodrow Nesbit, Jr. of Georgetown
Daniel Pfister of Columbia, Md.
Nicholas Posner of Seaford, N.Y.
Stephanie Toneva of Myrtle Beach
Cory Woerner of Seaville, N.J.
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