Abigail McCoy has been employed in the field of Cultural Resources Management (CRM) since 2014. She has worked throughout the Southeast, from Louisiana to Virginia and everywhere in between. Her master’s thesis will discuss how research questions and methodological approaches affect significance recommendations of archaeological sites by examining a historic textile mill in North Carolina. She will continue working in CRM after earning her Master’s Degree with the goal of becoming a Principal Investigator and running projects. She is experienced in both lab and field work (Phases I, II, and III) and has already authored many technical reports as well as a cultural resources mitigation plan.
Degree TypeBADegree DetailsAnthropology, University of Georgia (2014)