Archaeology and Data Science Margo Katherine Wilke Undergraduate Research Internship Program Spring 2024 Accepted Archaeology, Computer Science Interns will help digitize records from an archaeological excavation. Responsibilities will be contingent on the intern's interests and previous experience, but may include transcribing handwritten English texts, mapping archaeological data using GIS, running simple commands on a computer via command line, and/or image pre-processing for machine learning. This work is part of a larger effort of converting ~50 year old excavation data from an important site in Alaska related to native copper innovation into a digital form to better facilitate anaylsis. Harold Kory Cooper Reading archaeological notes and documents and translating into digital form. The supervisor will train interns in the basic skills required for these roles--no programming experience is required. No specific experience in archaeology or computer data science is needed. Hours and awarding of research credit are open to discussion. Please note: The Margo Katherine Wilke Undergraduate Research Internship (Wilke) program is designed to support Purdue College of Liberal Arts undergraduates. As a result, students without a CLA major or minor may not be considered for this program. 0 0 (estimated)