Are you interested in ships and seafaring, history, early man, and archaeology? Covering nearly 3/4 of the Earth’s surface, water is the source of all life on our planet. Beneath the surface of our oceans, lakes, rivers, and wetlands lies a physical record of humankind preserved in prehistoric and historic shorelines, shipwrecks, inundated cities, harbors, and other traces of our past.
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.
The Advisory Council on Underwater Archaeology (ACUA) is seeking candidates to fill one Graduate Student Associate Member position for the 2018-2019 term. The Graduate Student Associate Member is a voluntary, two-year appointment to the board requiring attendance at the annual Historical and Underwater Archaeology Conference, participation in board meetings, and an annual report of accomplishments. For more information and how to apply, download the Graduate Student Associate Member Application 2018-2019 (pdf).
Deadline for applications: October 01, 2017
The Advisory Council on Underwater Archaeology is pleased to announce the 2018 ACUA George Fischer Student Travel Award. This award of $1,000 (USD) will be offered to help fund travel costs for the upcoming 2018 SHA Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana. The award will be granted to an international student presenting a paper on an underwater or maritime archaeology topic at this conference. International students are considered to be those students residing in a country other than the country where the conference is being held. For full details download the 2018 Announcement ACUA Fischer Student Travel Award. Deadline for applications: September 15, 2016.
Our graduate student associate members, Arlice Marionneaux and Keilani Hernandez, have once again produced a great newsletter focusing on student research and how to polish your CV! Check it out, Summer 2017: ACUAStudentNewsletterV5I2
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