The Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum was fortunate enough to have Garrison Forest School student Sarah Kate intern at the museum this semester. Sarah Kate is part of the Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) Program, and joined the museum in February and just completed her work with us this week. Sarah Kate has been rehousing our collection of ancient Egyptian stone tools (lithics) so that it can be used more extensively for teaching. Sarah Kate has been working on a number of tasks to make this collection more accessible, including carefully measuring each object and fabricating custom storage boxes and mounts for each tool. Her hard work has prepared our lithic collection for future research and teaching. Thank you Sarah Kate for all your work!