Sunday, February 24, 2013

Bill Sandy teaching SCCC Archaeology Field Experience summer, 2013

An introductory course in archaeology field methods will be offered at Sussex County Community College (SCCC), Newton, NJ.  The class will meet during the college’s second summer session, May 20 - July 3, 9 am to 2 pm.  The course is titled Special Topics in Anthropology: Archaeology Field Experience (ANTH250) and will be taught by William Sandy, M.A., a Registered Professional Archaeologist and IOCCNYSAA member.
Bill Sandy
Students enrolled in the course will be introduced to methods of site preparation, site mapping, shovel testing, grid set-up, trowel excavation, artifact sifting, recording data, basic methods of archaeological analysis and archaeological interpretation. Fieldwork will be carried out on campus and at an off campus site in Sussex County that merits archaeological investigation.
For more information on the course and to register, contact Dr. Anthony Balzano at 973-300-2177 or visit

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