Sharon Staub, who was a staff member of the Australian team (led by Louise) for several seasons, has just been awarded a very nice award.
Sharon wrote an undergraduate paper (supervised by Brent Davis) entitled “The Importance of Terebinth Consumption in the Late Bronze Age: Evidence, Religion and Trade”.
Subsequently the paper came to the attention of “The Undergraduate Awards”, the world’s largest academic award program.
The results of this program have now been announced: not only did Sharon place in the top 10% of Classical Studies & Archaeology students worldwide, she has now been named the Regional Winner for Classical Studies & Archaeology in Oceania, giving her priority booking to the Undergraduate Awards Global Summit in Dublin this November!!
Way to go Sharon! Well-deserved!
HT: Brent Davis