Colleen P. Stapleton
University of Texas, Austin, TX
Macalester College, St. Paul, MN
Adjunct Professor, Science
Academic and Study-Skills Tutor
TEACHING SCHOLARSHIP ACTIVITIES
Mercer University SEED: 2009 – 2010: co-recipient with Dr. Feng Liu (primary researcher), Assistant Professor, Information Systems (Department of Mathematics, Science, and Information Systems), “Augmented Reality Environment for Science Study”, $3500.
Mercer University AIM proposal: Mercer Center for Preschool Mathematics, Science and Health Education, Dr. Robert Lawrence (PI). I am a participating faculty member, $35,000.
Grants received during graduate school: Dorot Foundation Travel Grant, International Commission on Glass, Geological Society of America Student Research Grant, Southeastern Geological Society of America Travel Grants, UGA Graduate School Doctoral Research Award, UGA Research Foundation, UGA Geology Department Research and Travel Grants, University of Texas Michael Bruce Duchin Endowed Presidential Scholarship
Scientific Officer, Geologist
OTHER RESEARCH AND LABORATORY EXPERIENCE
Research Assistant, electron microprobe lab
Laboratory Assistant, SEM lab
MEETINGS AND SEMINARS ORGANIZED
Early Materials Forum, U.K., 1997. -organizer for national forum for young researchers in British archaeological science.
Pottery in the Making, British Museum, London, U.K., 1997. in organization of abstract submissions, registration, poster session.
Chemical Analyses of Early Glasses, Vol. 3: Interpretations. R. H. Brill and . P. Stapleton, Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY. Project will continue through 2010.
Papers in press
Chemical Analyses of Some Enamels from Teramo (submitted) R. H. Brill and C. P. Stapleton, in (C. Seccaroni, ed.) Teramo Enamels.
Analysis of the Enamels (2006) C. P. Stapleton, in (I. M. Stead, editor) British Iron Age Swords and Scabbards, London, British Museum Press, pp. 129-130.
History of Glass from the 4th Millennium B.C. to the Mid-1st Millennium B.C. (2006) C. P. Stapleton. in Glass Science in Art and Conservation, Portugal, 19-23 September, 2005, Conference Proceedings, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Lisbon and Marinha Grande, Portugal.
The Raw Materials Used to Colour 11th - 9th c BC Blue Transparent Glazes from Hasanlu, Iran (2005) C. P. Stapleton, S. E. Swanson, and A. M. Ghazi, in (H. Kars and E. Burke, eds.) Journal of Geoarchaeological and Bioarchaeological Studies: Proceedings of the 33rd International Symposium on Archaeometry, 22-26 April 2002, pp. 265-268.
The Production of Red Glass and Enamel in the Late Iron Age, Roman and Byzantine Periods (2003) I. C. Freestone, C. P. Stapleton, and V. Rigby, in (C. Entwistle, editor) Through a Glass Brightly - Studies in Byzantine and Medieval Art and Archaeology presented to David Buckton. Oxbow, pp. 142-154.
Chemical analyses of glass artifacts from Iron Age levels of Hasanlu, northwestern Iran (2002) C. P. Stapleton and S. E. Swanson, Journal of Glass Technology, v. 43C, pp. 151-157.
The Byzantine glazed pottery from Deir ‘Ain ‘Abata (2001) I. C. Freestone, K. D. Politis, and C. P. Stapleton, in (E. Villeneuve et P. M. Watson, editors) La ceramique byzantine et proto-islamique en Syrie-Jordanie (IVe-VIIIe siecles apr. J.-C.), Actes du colloque tenu a Amman les 3, 4 et 5 decembre 1994, Bibliotheque Archeologique et Historique, tome 159, Beyrouth, IFAPO, 197-205.
Early polychrome glazes on a Chinese ceramic bead from the Warring States Period (1999) N. Wood, I. C. Freestone, and C. P. Stapleton, in (Guo Jingkun, ed.) International Symposium on Ancient Ceramics: Scientific and technological insights, Shanghai, China.
Composition and origin of early Medieval opaque red enamel from Britain and Ireland (1999) C. P. Stapleton, I. C. Freestone, and S. G. E. Bowman, Journal of Archeological Sciences, v. 26, 913-921.
Composition and technology of Islamic enamelled glass of the thirteenth-fourteenth centuries (1998) I. C. Freestone and C. P. Stapleton, in (R. Ward, editor) Gilded and Enamelled Glass from the Middle East, Origins, Innovations and Influences, London, British Museum Press, 122-128.
The faience ornament fragment, its technology and provenance (1997) S. G. E. Bowman and C. P. Stapleton, in (I. Greig, editor) Excavation of a Bronze Age Settlement at Varley Halls, Coldean Lane, Brighton, Sussex Archaeological Collections 135, 44-47.
Some technological parallels between Chinese Yue wares and Korean Koryo celadons (1995) N. Wood, I. C. Freestone and C. P. Stapleton, in (P. Vincenzini, editor) Ceramics Cultural Heritage Proceedings of the International Symposium, The Ceramic Heritage of the 8th CIMTEC-World Ceramics Congress and Forum on New Materials, Florence, Italy, June 28-July 2, 1994, Monographs in Materials and Society 2, 175-182.
Corinthium aes and black bronze in the early medieval period (1995) C. P. Stapleton, S. G. E. Bowman, P. T. Craddock, S. LaNiece, and S. Youngs, Antiquaries Journal, v. 75, 383-390.
Adjustments to Teaching Geoscience in a Classroom of Adult Students, C. P. Stapleton, Geological Society of America Southeastern Section Meeting, Biloxi, MS, 17-18 March 2005.
History of Glass from the 4th Millennium BC to the Mid-1st Millennium BC, C. P. Stapleton, Glass Science in Art and Conservation, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal, 19-23 September 2005.
Geochemical Analysis of Ancient Glass from Hasanlu, Iran, C. P. Stapleton, UGA Department of Geology Journal Club, 10 April 2003.
Glass Production in the Near East During the Late Ninth Century B.C., C. P. Stapleton and S. E. Swanson, abstract, American Schools of Oriental Research, Toronto, Canada, 20-23 November 2002.
Application of geological methods to understanding archaeological high alkali glasses manufactured during the 9th c. BC, C. P. Stapleton and S. E. Swanson, abstract, Materials Research Society Annual Fall Meeting, Boston, MA, 26-30 November 2001.
Composition and technology of early Roman mosaic vessel glass, C. P. Stapleton, abstract, Annales de l'Association Internationale pour l'Histoire du Verre, International Association for the History of Glass, New York and Corning, NY, 15-20 October, 2001.
Chemical analyses of glass artifacts from Iron Age levels of Hasanlu, northwestern Iran, C. P. Stapleton and S. E. Swanson, abstract, XIX International Congress on Glass, Edinburgh, UK, 1-6 July 2001.
Comparison of weak acid extraction chemistry and electron microprobe analysis of paste compositions for a suite of colonoware pottery, Broom Hall Plantation, Charleston, South Carolina, Michael Smith, Colleen P. Stapleton, and Michael Trinkley (2001). Geol. Soc. America Abstr. with Programs, v. 33, no. 2, A31.
Petrographic studies of the provenance and technology of Weeden Island elite wares from the Kolomoki Mound Site, Georgia, USA, W. W. Weaver and C. P. Stapleton, abstract, Proceedings of the 32nd International Archaeometry Symposium, Mexico City, Mexico, 15-19 May 2000.
Early Christian Celtic opaque red glass, C. P. Stapleton, S. G. E. Bowman, and I. C. Freestone, abstract, Archaeological Sciences, Liverpool, United Kingdom, 4-6 July 1995.