ANTH556 - BECOMNG A PROFESNL ARCHY

This course (cross-listed as AAMW556) is designed to prepare graduate students for a career in academic archaeology. Topics to be covered include project research design (including logistical planning), acquiring funding (proposal writing), managing grants (including budget planning and reconciliation), publishing, and preparing for entering the job market (writing cover letters and CVs). Students are also encouraged to suggest further topics of interest as the semester goes on. The final project will be the development of a NSF grant proposal, which will be presented and critiqued in stages throughout the semester, and which can serve as the basis for later submission. While much of the focus is on archaeology, students in other disciplines, especially those involving field research, will also benefit.
Section 401 - SEM - BECOMING A PROFESSIONAL ARCHAEOLOGIST
W 0200PM-0500PM
DIBBLE, HAROLD