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Community engagement

**NEW CONTENT**

The Public Archaeology Program was put on hold this summer due to COVID and we hope to be back in 2021.

Meanwhile we have some new and exciting online exercises that are targeted at Grade 7-12 students. If you are an educator and need more information please check out our community engagement page! 

Browse our other community engagement projects. Including, Aboriginal Youth Engagement and Digitally Preserving Alberta's Heritage.

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News and announcements


Q&A with grad students on fieldwork during COVID-19

Three graduate students from the Department of Anthropology and Archaeology explain how they navigated field research during a global pandemic....

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Food pedagogy for transformative social change

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Wearable Tech and the Future of Health 

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2021 Vanier scholar transforms greenhouse gas to synthetic fuels of the future

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In the media


In the News: Kathryn Reese-Taylor, Anthropology and Archaeology

Unlocking the secrets of the Maya: technology reveals new discoveries about this ancient civilization

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In the News: Maribeth Murray, Anthropology and Archaeology, in Canadian Life Sciences Database

Canada's contribution to the global effort to map the genomes of complex life on Earth

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In the News: Kathryn Reese-Taylor, in Anthropology and Archaeology, National Geographic

How a pyramid rose from the ashes of a colossal volcanic eruption (subscriber's content)

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In the News: Lidio Valdez, Anthropology and Archaeology, in Discover Magazine

Peru’s Incan Rope Bridges Are Hanging By a Thread

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Events


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