Patricia Karaszewski :: Laboratory Technician
Laboratory preparation of fossils, work with laboratory volunteers, assist with fieldwork, oversee secure use of chemicals, and repair of broken osteological specimens. Taught Egyptology and geology for the public, and taxidermy for staff.
1959: Concentration in Geology, Fosdick-Masten High School.
1960: Degree in Tayloring and Dress Design, Vazeaha School of Dress Design
2000-2002: Laboratory preservation techniques at the Royal Ontario Museum, the American Museum of Natural History, and Carnegie Museum of Natural History.
Pat owns a farm with horses and other animals and she takes a great interest in their medical health. She also generally interested in impressionistic art, Egyptology, Geology, Archeology, and Anthropology.
|Coating mastodon fragments of mastodon
from the Byron Pleistocene Dig
|Coating a matodon rib fragment from
the Byron Pleistocene Dig