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RPA Certified Field School Highlight: Coastal Carolina University
The Anne Tilghman Boyce Coastal Reserve (ATBCR), including a portion of Waties Island, is located on the northeast coast of South Carolina, just above Cherry Grove beach. Students and faculty at Coastal Carolina University regularly use a portion of the Reserve owned by the Coastal Educational Foundation, a private, non-profit support component of CCU. Classes, laboratories and independent research projects are conducted on the property by both undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff. In addition, field workshops for precollege classes (K-12) and adult groups are led by a marine science educator.

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RPA Certified Field School Highlight: Archaeology Southwest and the University of Arizona

Gila River Farm site near Cliff, New Mexico offered by Archaeology Southwest and the University of Arizona is a field school focusing on Preservation Archaeology. The Archaeology Southwest Field School’s innovative curriculum highlights the goals, ethics, and practice of Preservation Archaeology, which integrates research, education, and preservation within a community-based framework. We share what we learn throughout the project with the public via local events, blog posts, and other venues. Together, students and staff explore ethically responsible and scientifically rigorous field and research methods while investigating compelling questions about our shared past.

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RPA Certified Field School Highlight: Laurentian University

Investigate questions like where did we come from, why did human ancestors start making and using tools, what was the impact of the domestication of plants and animals on human society and health? Participate in local field work, including surveys to discover sites and excavations. Learn methods archaeologists use to reconstruct past human activities. Gain skills that are transferable and in-demand for other disciplines. Many skills learned can be applied to fields such as earth science, environmental science, forensic science, geography, history, classics, indigenous studies, and anthropology.

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