Hooray!! Arc Smart — USC’s community archaeology outreach project — has been awarded the AIA’s Society Outreach Grant. This nationally competitive grant will help our excellent archaeology students to deliver hands-on, interactive archaeology activities in 6th grade public school classrooms. Thanks to all the great people who support the partnership between USC’s Archaeology Research Center, USC […]Read More ARC Smart wins a national grant from Archaeological Institute of America!
Congratulations to Danika Jensen! She recently was awarded a Jane C. Waldbaum Archaeological Field School Scholarship from the Archaeological Institute of America, or the AIA. Along with a good sized group of other USC students, she is headed to Rome this summer for the Ostia Antica Field School run through USC by Professor John Pollini. […]Read More USC student awarded national summer archaeology scholarship
Congratulations to the winners and all the participants of this year’s symposium! Archaeology at USC has a long standing tradition of performing well at these competitions and this year was no different. Blood, sweat, and tears were poured into every archaeological project and everyone should feel proud about their achievements. Dr. Lynn Swartz Dodd and […]Read More Symposium 2011