Student Archaeology Club

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The Student Archaeology Club at Florida State University was established in 1976 by Ben Gunter, an undergraduate in Classics, and Dr. Nancy T. de Grummond for students of archaeology. The purpose of the club is to develop and promote interest in the archaeology of all cultures and to promote the relationship among students interested in archaeology.

In order to further promote interest within archaeology, the club hosts annual Fieldwork Presentations in the Fall. Fieldwork Presentations are lectures given by student members regarding their archaeological fieldwork experience, discussing the techniques, discoveries and methodologies used at the sites they have worked. To familiarize members with recent archaeological discoveries, publications, and upcoming lectures, the club also offers monthly newsletters for all members.

The Student Archaeology Club is open to students of all majors and degree programs. There are no course requirements for students who are interested in becoming members, just a general interest in archaeology. There are approximately forty current members, primarily based out of the Department of Classics. The officers are active graduate and undergraduate members who are elected by the club for the term of one academic year. The President and Vice-President are typically second year Master's students, the Treasurer is a first year Master's student, and the Secretary is an undergraduate student.

For more information, please contact us on Facebook or send an email to any of our officers.

 

Photos


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Joe Vansuch and Ann Glennie (Poggio Civitate), Allison Smith (Gabii Project), Kyle Jazwa (Mitrou Archaeological Project), Katie Cook (Athenian Agora), Donna Nagle (Argive Heraion), Stephen Collins-Elliot (Roman Peasant Project), and Amy Dill (SHARP).
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Allison Smith (Gabii), Jay Henriques and Ann Glennie (Poggio Civitate), Jack Young (Eastern Boeotia Archaeological Project), Patrick Winterrowd (Casellemare di Stabi), Christina Cha (Gabii), and Ashley Vanasse (Coriglia). 
Not Pictured: Joe Vansuch (Poggio Civitate) and Becky Mueller (Pietrabbondante)
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The Student Archaeology Club volunteered at the Jackson Mounds to teach children how to make clay oil lamps and write their names in Greek.
Members pictured: Harrison Miller, Patrick Winterrowd (Treasurer), Jon Axler, Ruth Shaw, and Tyler Haynes
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The Student Archaeology Club volunteered at the Jackson Mounds to teach children how to make clay oil lamps and write their names in Greek.
Members pictured: Harrison Miller, Patrick Winterrowd (Treasurer), Jon Axler, Ruth Shaw, and Tyler Haynes
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The Student Archaeology Club volunteered at the Jackson Mounds to teach children how to make clay oil lamps and write their names in Greek.
Members pictured: Harrison Miller, Patrick Winterrowd (Treasurer), Jon Axler, Ruth Shaw, and Tyler Haynes
 

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