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  • Emily Bishop

    Emily Bishop

    Archaeology Program Manager, Archaeology

    BioEmily is the Program Manager for the Archaeology Center. Prior to joining the Archaeology Center, she worked in the Department of Anthropology as their computer resource specialist and financial analyst. Emily has a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration from the University of British Columbia and worked in the high tech industry for over 10 years before coming to Stanford.

  • Sara Godin

    Sara Godin

    Collections Technician, Archaeology

    BioSara Godin is a Collections Technician at Stanford University Archaeology Collections. She has a BS in Anthropology/Sociology and Education from Elmira College, and a MA in Museum Studies from San Francisco State University, where she focused on the connection preservation and access through her thesis of collections and YouTube. During her time at SFSU, she assisted with the opening, installation, and curation of the new campus museum, the Global Museum, and their inaugural exhibit, Going Global. Before coming to SUAC, she has worked with a wide variety of museum collections, including the National Park Service and the California Academy of Sciences. Her interests outside of collections include museum education and social media for museum engagement.

  • Christina Hodge

    Christina Hodge

    Academic Curator and Collections Manager, Archaeology

    Current Role at StanfordAcademic Curator & Collections Manager, Stanford University Archaeology Collections
    Academic Staff—Teaching, Stanford Archaeology Center

  • Veronica Jacobs-Edmondson

    Veronica Jacobs-Edmondson

    Collections Assistant, Stanford University Archaeology Collections, Archaeology

    BioVeronica Jacobs-Edmondson is the Collections Assistant of the Stanford University Archaeology Collections. She has a BA in Anthropology with a biological emphasis from the University of California, Santa Barbara and an MA in Museum Anthropology from Columbia University, where she participated in a collaborative effort to curate and design a permanent exhibit highlighting the effects of climate change on contemporary culture in the Pacific at the American Museum of Natural History. Her graduate research at Columbia largely focused on challenging traditional curatorial authority and the role of the 'outsider' in historic cultural knowledge-building. Before coming to SUAC, Jacobs-Edmondson worked with many types of museum collections, including those at the Fowler Museum at UCLA, USC Pacific Asia Museum, and San Diego Museum of Man. Her experience with collections ranges from working in osteology laboratories to working with contemporary fine art, with everything in between. Jacobs-Edmondson is responsible for the physical care of the objects at SUAC. She is passionate about ethical and respectful collecting, display, and stewardship of material culture, as well as ensuring egalitarian access to cultural collections, education, and resources.