General Description / Special Programs
Crow Canyon is a nonprofit institution devoted to archaeological research, public education, and American Indian involvement in research and education. Research programs focus on the US Southwest; education programs teach about archaeological research and SW Indian cultures; workshops and travel programs explore archaeology and traditional cultures of the SW and beyond. Classes: Adult Research; Teacher Workshops; Cultural Explorations; High School Field School; College Field School; Elementary, Middle School and High School Archaeology Camps; American Indian School Programs. College or high school credit available for some programs.
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Experience Offered
Internship / Grants / Funding
Internships Available 1
Internship Required 0
Internship Info <p>Laboratory, field, and education internships, 2 sessions each summer, approximately 5 interns per session; high school and college field schools,</p>
Support Opportunities <p>Internships: Research and education internships for graduate and advanced undergraduate students; travel stipend, housing and meals, and salary. Robert H Lister Fellowship: Supports dissertation research. Scholarships: Funds students in educational programs.</p>
Program Details
Research Facilities <p>Facilities for visiting scholars: housing, lab, office space, and computer workstation arranged through application process. Extensive research database of artifact analyses, context descriptions, maps, photographs, and geospatial libraries from over three decades of research available at</p>
Collections Collections: Artifacts and records held in temporary curation. Artifacts from the US Southwest, Southwest Indian cultures
Library Resources Research library of 5,000+ volumes
Publications <p>Occasional Papers; Research reports and databases on</p>
Certs Offered 0
Online Courses
Online Courses: 0
Club / Honor Society
Anthropology Club: 0
Lambda Alpha Chapter: 0