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Cultural Resource Protection Summit

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The Public Archaeology Field School at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site

Applications for the Fort Vancouver Field School are now open!

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Portland State University, Washington State University Vancouver, and the National Park Service are pleased to announce a public archaeology field school in historical archaeology at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site. The award-winning program will introduce the methods and theories of fieldwork in historical archaeology and is ideal for students entering the field of cultural resources management (CRM). Students will participate in all aspects of field and laboratory work: pedestrian and subsurface survey, laying out excavation units, excavation by shovel and trowel, mapping, drawing, digital photography, and cleaning, identifying, and analyzing artifacts. The project will use tablet computers to digitally record excavations and document grave monuments. The season also includes lectures by guest speakers and staff.  The National Park Service and its partners are committed to sharing cultural resources and preservation values with the public. As part of their training, students will participate in a special cultural sensitivity workshop and learn how to interpret to the public using a unique public engagement model.  On a rotating basis, students will discuss the field school activities with visitors, including interpreting the significance of the site and the educational purposes of the project.

 

Course Registration Information
Portland State University Applicants
Anthropology 454: Six advanced Undergraduate credits
Anthropology 554: Six graduate credits
Contact: 

Portland State University
Dr. Douglas Wilson (360) 921-5241
E-mail Dr. Wilson: doug@pdx.edu

For early notification please submit application by April 1, 2016. 

Notification of early applications will be by April 12, 2016.

Applications are due no later than May 1, 2016.

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9th Annual Cultural Resource Protection Summit

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Hello Everyone,

Early Bird Registration for the 2016 Summit Opens in One Week!  We look forward to seeing you at the 9th annual Summit in beautiful Suquamish, WA.  To receive the Early Bird discount, be sure to register by the April 25 deadline; registration forms and links will be available nextTuesday, February 9.  Please keep in mind all the important information listed below.

If you are interested in supporting the Summit, sponsorship information is available on the  Sponsor’s Page.

Watch your inbox or visit the Summit website for more information.

Early Bird Registration Opens in One Week!

 
Early Bird Rates:

  • One Day Rate: – $150.00
  • Two-Day Rate: – $245.00

Important Registration Information:

  • Early Bird registration opens February 9 and will run through April 25.
  • Early Bird One-Day Rate is $150; Early Bird Two-Day Rate is $245.
  • Starting April 26 the Regular One-Day Rate will be $175; Regular Two-Day Rate
    will be $295.
  • Refunds will be honored through Friday, May 13.  Refunds will not be issued after that date.
  • Email Mary Rossi for information about Student rates.
  • Deadline for booking a room in our hotel block is May 6.

 

 

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