About Terrence Luevano
Terrence Luevano is a first year Masters in Applied Archaeology student from Los Angeles California. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology with a focus on Archaeology from the University of California, San Diego in 2016. As an undergraduate, Terrence participated through Santa Monica College in a field school at the Maya site of La Milpa run by University of Texas at Austin and completed an undergraduate honor’s thesis at UC San Diego examining obsidian trade as a stand-in for market exchange in the Maya economy. He also competed for the Tritons as a collegiate cross country and track athlete, earning multiple All-Academic awards and was a Chancellor’s Scholar Athlete for the 2016-2017 academic year. Terrence’s interests are in Cultural Resource Management, working for multiple firms for the last 3 years in California on surveys, excavations, site monitoring, GIS map preparation, and writing NHPA Section 106 reports for telecommunications towers under the supervision of Principal Investigators.
When not studying, Terrence can be seen still training competitively for track to try and surpass his mile time of 4:08, as well as being outdoors or sitting back and enjoying a beer.