Networking After the Conference: Suggestions for Students
For students, the Society for Historical Archaeology’s annual conference is a fantastic place to meet…
Every year the Student Subcommittee of the Academic and Professional Training Committee (APTC) organizes events at the annual conference specifically for student members. They are listed in the regular program. In order to make these events more visible, however, we’ve decided to highlight some of this year’s student-centered opportunities. It seems Saturday, January 7th is a big day for student activities at this year’s conference.
The Advisory Council on Underwater Archaeology and the APTC combine for the annual student forum. This year, terrestrial and underwater archaeologists address issues of dealing with the media in a panel format. The discussion will be focused on student concerns and driven by their questions but all are welcome.
For a second year, the student subcommittee (SCC) has organized a different type of panel. In informal roundtable settings, recent graduates and young professionals with both maritime and terrestrial research interests host small group discussions driven by student members. The Rap Session offers an opportunity to ask questions about topics ranging from job-hunting, to conference participation. Graduate and undergraduate students are encouraged to attend.
Finally, participation in the Society for Historical Archaeology is not just for senior members. Opportunities for students abound. All students are welcome to attend the SCC committee meeting. It is our opportunity to lend students voices to the SHA. Find out what the committee does and how you can get involved. This year the SSC needs a social media liaison, writers for the SHA newsletter and organizers for future forums as well as other talents. It may seem early (ok it is early) but you will meet other students; network with other SHA members and build your CV.
Saturday, January 7th, 2011
Check the final program for times and locations.
Student Subcommittee of Academic and Professional Training Committee Meeting
Brining the Past to Life: Archaeology and the Popular Media
Chair: Whitney Anderson and Moderator: Katherine Burnett
Rap Session for Student Members
Chair: Jenna Coplin