Looking for an archaeology field school this summer? Binghamton University is offering an Archaeological Field School (Anth 372 & 580T)! The couse runs as both an undergraduate and graduate course.
Anth 372/580T is offered as a 6-credit, Summer Term III course designed to prepare students for a career in archaeology. Students will receive training in archaeological survey, excavation, research, and lab processing of artifacts.
The field school curriculum complements a wide range of programs in the social sciences, art history, and cultural studies. Students looking for upper level courses in anthropology or summer electives would benefit from this class as well. We welcome continuing education students and housing is available for those who do not live in the immediate area.
For more information, visit http://www.binghamton.edu/anthropology/undergraduate/2014-fieldschool.html
If you are interested in doing archaeology, but not for credit, the Public Archaeology Facility at Binghamton University also runs a Community Archaeology Program – for kids, teens, and adults. This is a one week program for people to get a chance to work on an archaeological site, side by side with professional archaeologists.