The Archaeology, Technology, and Historical Structures (ATHS) program will hold an open house on Monday, March 25th at 6:00 p.m. in the Humanties Center, Conference Room D (3rd floor library) and you are invited to attend! This is an excellent occasion to:
Meet students in the program
Get to know the ATHS faculty
Learn about the broad range of multidisciplinary research projects available for undergraduates
Find out about archaeology courses on Africa and Pre-Columbian America
Explore the exciting ATHS summer field school programs offered by UR faculty in Ghana, Peru, and Italy
The ATHS program is multidisciplinary and offers unique connections between engineering, the humanities, and the social sciences involving Art and Art History, Religion and Classics, History, and Anthropology. There are exciting opportunities for studying abroad, for participating in summer field schools, and for joining research projects.