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Dive into our web site and discover for yourself the many facets of underwater archaeology and the people and projects worldwide that are involved in this fascinating field.

Submerged Cultural Resources Workshop 2018

The next Submerged Cultural Resources Awareness Workshop will be held during the annual SHA Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology on Wednesday, January 3, 2018, 9 am to 5 pm. For more information download the workshop flyer: ACUAWorkshopFlyer2018. This workshop is certified by RPA and provides CPE credits.

New Graduate Student Associate Members and the 2018 Fischer Student Travel Award

The ACUA is very pleased to announce our new Graduate Student Associate Members, Tara van Niekerk and Morgan Smith! Get acquainted with Tara and Morgan and join us in welcoming them.

The winner of the 2018 George Fischer International Student Travel Award is Maria Ktori from Nicosia, Cyprus. Read all about Ms. Ktori and be sure to catch her paper at the conference!

ACUA: Reflections on the Last Ten Years

Dave Ball has been a board member, officer, and now an individual associate member of the ACUA since 2008. He reflects on the changes and accomplishments of the organization over the past 10 years. Check out his blog.

Winter 2017 ACUA Student Newsletter

The Winter 2017 ACUA Student newsletter is out! Arlice Marionneaux and Keilani Hernandez, our Graduate Student Associate members, have produced another interesting and informative newsletter to get you ready for the SHA Conference in New Orleans. Check it out! Winter 2017 ACUAStudentNewsletterV5I4

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Ethics, respect, diversity and equality are the core principles around which we should all strive to lead our professional and personal lives. The ACUA strongly encourages all professional organizations to promote ethical principles, non-discrimination and anti-harassment policies among their memberships.

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