Nicole Cannarozzi examines Mugil cepalus vertebrae in the environmental archaeology collections.
The Florida Museum of Natural History
The Florida Museum of Natural History has appointed archaeologist and collections assistant Nicole Cannarozzi as collections manager of the environmental archaeology program. Cannarozzi started at the Florida Museum in 2004 as a faunal analyst after graduating from the University of Florida (UF) with a bachelor’s degree in anthropology.
Cannarozzi has worked with the museum in various positions for 14 years and is presently a UF anthropology doctoral student. She states, “The museum is one of the reasons I’ve stayed in Gainesville. I’ve been lucky to work in one of the best zooarchaeology labs in the country.” The Florida Museum environmental archaeology program was established in 1961.
For more information, visit FloridaMuseum.ufl.edu/envarch.