Thursday, July 02, 2015

The Nautilus Publishes a Story on NSF REU Fiji Research

The Nautilus published a story recently, by author Meehan Cristi, about the NSF REU Fiji Research Program conducted by Jones, NKU students, and a conservation biologist from Columbia University (NY), Dr. Josh Drew.





The author of this article, Meehan Cristi, visited the remote site with Dr. Josh Drew in the summer of 2014.  She interview Sharyn Jones and her NKU student about the ecological impact on marine life by the local Fijians who use rely on it regularly for sustenance.


Jones on Vanua Levu



To access the full article, please follow the link below:

http://nautil.us/blog/can-new-research--old-traditions-save-fiji-from-ecological-collapse

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Parker Academy Featured Live on NPR

On Monday June 8th, NKU Professors' Sharyn Jones, Brian Hackett, and Bill Landon were interviewed live by WVXU/NPR correspondent, Mark Heyne, about their involvement in the ongoing Parker Academy Project.

NKU students digging at The Parker Academy Site

Hound dog button artifact found at the site


*To listen to the live interview, click on the link provided below:



Thursday, May 28, 2015

NPR (WVXU) story on archaeology at the Parker Academy

http://wvxu.org/post/digging-ends-parker-academy-now


Bill Rinehart of WVXU wrote a story on the archaeology at the Parker Academy in New Richmond, OH. NKU students and faculty are featured.
http://wvxu.org/post/digging-ends-parker-academy-now

This work has also been featured on US News & World Report and the Cincinnati Enquirer. NKU posted a press release and information on this project in early May.