Written by: Tyler Statz As our team was going through our yearly spring kick-off events, there were lots of discussions about what unique things each of us can bring to the table to help our team move forward. This got me thinking: “What does my background and interests bring to the table?” Looking around the … Read More Results Oriented Thinking
Written by: Erik Johannesson Archaeology often conjures up the image of dust-covered, Indiana Jones-type figures, labouring away under a sweltering sun, sweat beading off their brows as they scrutinize the fine detail of their latest discovery. Or perhaps, that is the Hollywood version. Maybe the true image is one of a high-vis-wearing professional, gazing intently … Read More Winter is Coming: Doing Archaeology in Winter Conditions
Written by: Jode MacKay As a field archaeologist, one of the most frustrating aspects of doing something you love for a living, is that singular, trivial, insignificant irritation, encountered over and over and over again. Try as you might, you can just never solve the problem, and it always ends with the same result and … Read More Circle Digs: The One Flake Wonder
Amanda here! 👋🏼 After lots of investigating and coordinating, we’re back again this year with the gift guide you didn’t know you needed! If you struggle to think of gifts for all of the archaeologists on your list, don’t you fret because Circle is here to help. We asked our team for a list of … Read More Circle’s Favourite Things: 2022 Edition!
Yes, we know, field season is officially over until next year, but that doesn’t mean you can’t take note of some of the best restaurants for the next time you’re out there. Let’s set the stage for a typical day in the field, shall we? After waking up to an early morning or working a … Read More 11 of Our Favourite Places to Eat in the Field
Sydney Atkinson is a GIS Technician & Assistant Archaeologist and has been with Circle CRM since July 2019. She graduated from the University of Lethbridge in 2018 with her B.Sc. in Archaeology and Geography, and just recently (April), graduated from the Southern Alberta Institute for Technology with a Bachelor’s degree in GIS. In her spare … Read More Q&A with GIS Technician & Assistant Archaeologist Sydney Atkinson