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Winchell-Sweeney, Susan

Susan Winchell-Sweeney

Faculty, Geographic Information Systems

Susan Winchell-Sweeney, GISP, is a research and collections technician for the Department of Anthropology at the New York State Museum. An archeologist by education and training, Winchell-Sweeney's area of expertise is the application of geospatial technologies in archeological research and cartography. She has over fifteen years of experience providing GIS analysis, GPS and cartographic services for archeological projects and has worked for private individuals, non-profit organizations, New York State and the federal government.

E-mail: sweeney@bard.edu
Office: Off Campus