Cleveland State University’s Department of Criminology, Anthropology and Sociology will present its sixth annual Archeology Symposium Thursday, November 21. The event will highlight faculty and student field studies at a host of historic sites across the state including at several never before excavated locations.
The symposium will be held from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the Berkman Hall Auditorium on the CSU campus. All of the studies being presented are part of the Department’s summer field school which provides engaged learning opportunities for CSU archeology and anthropology students who get a chance to conduct excavations and analyses with professionals currently working in the field.
“This symposium provides an opportunity to highlight the tremendous efforts of our students and faculty, while illustrating the significant scientific and archeological value this work produces,” says Phil Wanyerka, organizer of the symposium.
To learn more about the Department of Criminology, Anthropology and Sociology, visit https://class.csuohio.edu/cas.