Eta Sigma Phi Chapter Teams Up with Local AIA Society to Host a Week of Archaeology Events
September 12, 2012
To celebrate National Archaeology Day, the Eta Sigma Phi of Creighton University is working in conjunction with the AIA Omaha-Lincoln Chapter to host a whole week of events. This fun filled week starts October 7th and inclues: Movie Night with “Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark” on Sunday the 7th; Preschool Archaeology Workshop on Monday at Creighton University’s Russell Childhood Development Center; “So You Want to Dig? A Colloquium on Field School Opportunities” with Dr. Erin Averett and student speakers on Tuesday; and concludes with a lecture by Dr. Michael Hoff on “From Pirates to the Pax Romana: Roman Cities of Asia Minor” on Wednesday.
International Archaeology Day in Anchorage, Alaska was hosted by archaeologists from the state and federal level at University of Anchorage.
For International Archaeology Day, the Oriental Institute hosted a film screening "Breaking Ground: the Story of the Oriental Institute."
Parkin Archeological State Park commemorated International Archaeology Day 2013