The UNE Archaeology Society presents the next in their series ‘Diary of an Archaeologist’.
Claire Everett is the Director of New State Environment and Heritage based in Armidale. Claire has over 20 years’ experience as a consultant, government regulator, and an environment and heritage manager. Claire has qualifications and extensive experience in Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal archaeology and heritage management and has worked as a consultant archaeologist in both the private sector and State Government in NSW and Victoria.
Claire has worked as a regulator in the former NSW Department of Environment and Conservation, responsible for the assessment and issuing of permits to disturb Aboriginal archaeological sites under the Aboriginal heritage provisions of the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974.
Claire will be discussing the career path upon which her archaeology degree has led her.
When: Tuesday, 16th May 2017, 4pm.
Where: Small Lecture Theatre EM2, Natural Resources Building (W055), University of New England
All students, staff members, and any member of the public who is interested are most welcome to attend this free public talk.
Download the flyer: Diary of an Archaeologist – Claire Everett