Archaeology and museums

Meet our graduates and find out how their study has prepared them for their roles in archaeology and museums.

Bernie completed a Master of Arts in Anthropology and is now an archaeologist with Clough & Associates.

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Isaac McIvor completed a Master of Arts in Anthropology and now works as an archaeologist for Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga.

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Paul Brobbel manages the Len Lye Foundation collection.

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Laura use the skills from her Master of Arts as a specialist archaeologist in the Heritage Unit at Auckland Council.

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Sophie Miller uses the problem solving skills she learned in her Master of Arts as an archaeologist with the International Archaeological Research Institute.

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Edward Ashby’s study gave him skills in critical and lateral thinking that are crucial to his role as executive manager for Te Kawerau Iwi Settlement Trust.

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Rebecca uses the skills from her Master of Arts to promote and protect archaeological sites.

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