Waldbaum Scholarship Alumni Spotlight: Thursday, November 30 at 7 pm ET

How do you become an archaeologist? Participating in an archaeological field school as an undergraduate or first year graduate student is a must for aspiring future professionals. The AIA’s Jane C. Waldbaum Archaeological Field Scholarship was established in 2007 to recognize Honorary AIA President Jane Waldbaum’s commitment to the future of archaeology by providing students the opportunity to discover the intellectual and physical excitement and challenges of hands-on engagement in archaeological fieldwork.

Join Dr. Jane C. Waldbaum on Thursday, November 30 at 7:00 pm (Eastern Time) for a live and intimate conversation on Zoom as she connects with Waldbaum Scholarship alumni at different career stages to hear about the impact of the scholarships and their personal archaeological journeys.


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