TARL Seminars TARL Discussion 22 March 2024

TARL Discussion 22 March 2024

My Archaeology – Learning & Teaching


We are especially interested in present and past JCU students joining in to discuss what archaeology means to you? And, what you would like to learn and experience during your studies? What future career and aspirations do you have in, or related to, archaeology? We would love to hear from undergraduates and postgraduates alike.

This will also be an excellent opportunity for staff and industry professionals to share their past experiences of their university studies, but especially their advice and pointers on how students can gain experience and continue to learn beyond the University. What are the range of jobs out there for new graduates and how can they best put themselves in a position to successfully apply for these jobs?

Please join us:

Friday 22nd March, 2-3pm.  All are welcome to join in person: D003-003 (Nguma-bada - Cairns); 4-006 (Bebegu Yumba -Townsville)

Zoom link: https://jcu.zoom.us/j/86129107536?pwd=UEN0NGNULy9ZMHhDVG1wWVdUYXhJUT09&from=addon Password: 174247

JCU students learning site survey and mapping at an archaeological site in Northeast Thailand

Image: JCU students practicing some basic site survey and mapping skills at the Sai-O archaeological site in Northeast Thailand. The team also includes students from our partner institution; Nakhon Ratchasima Rajabhat University, and the exchange project is supported by the Australian Government (DFAT) administered ‘New Colombo Plan’. Logistics and community liaison for this practical skills day was supported by Pimpicha Bannanurak.