Mentoring Approaches: One-on-One Mentoring, Peer mentoring, Online Mentoring
Postdoctoral Fellow at the Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens
Kristen is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens (AAIA; funded by the Kominatos bequest), and Director of the AAIA Digital Horizons Project. She specialises in the Early Iron Age Mediterranean, Greek households, settlement archaeology, and archaeological field methods. Her field experience is extensive, with recent projects including the Cambridge Keros-Naxos Seaways Project, the USYD Zagora Archaeological Project, and the Duke-UNC Azoria Project. She is also well-versed in digital field and research tools.
Kristen is passionate about teaching and helping students develop real-world skills and experience. She developed the AAIA volunteer program in order to offer students meaningful opportunities to gain hands on, career-relevant training. She has experienced firsthand the value of a supportive mentor, and is absolutely dedicated to ensuring that students and early career researchers of all ages, genders, and backgrounds have access to supportive peer networks.
Kristen is most qualified to mentor in Archaeology and material studies, but is willing to mentor in other disciplines in a way that suits the mentee.