General Description / Special Programs
Archaeology Southwest is a private, nonprofit preservation archaeology organization that uses research, education, and partnership programs to achieve long-term preservation of cultural resources throughout the American Southwest and Mexican Northwest. Regions of focus include southeastern Arizona, the Middle San Juan region of northwestern New Mexico, the Upper Little Colorado of northeastern Arizona, and the Upper Gila Valley in New Mexico. A
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Experience Offered
Field Work
Internship
Internship / Grants / Funding
Internships Available 1
Internship Required 0
Internship Info Preservation Fellowship: This endowed fellowship provides three years of financial support to qualified doctoral students. Occasional internships are available to qualified graduate and undergraduate students.
Support Opportunities Preservation Fellowship: This endowed fellowship provides three years of financial support to qualified doctoral students. Occasional internships are available to qualified graduate and undergraduate students.
Program Details
Publications Research results are published through Technical Reports and Anthropological Papers. Archaeology Southwest publishes Archaeology Southwest Magazine, a quarterly publication. A list of publications is posted on the organization's web site.
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Online Courses
Online Courses: 0
Club / Honor Society
Anthropology Club: 0
Lambda Alpha Chapter: 0