Vitae — Amy E. Gusick, an assistant professor of anthropology at Cal State San Bernardino, is featured in an ongoing series, Job-Market Diaries, in which Mark Tonelli interviews new faculty members about how they found their full-time teaching job.
Gusick directs the anthropology department’s master of arts in applied archaeology, cultural resource management.
The article was published Feb. 21, 2017.
Read the complete article at “Job-Market Diaries: An archaeology professor.”
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