HSU students have the opportunity to participate in lcoal field archaeology projects and participate in laboratory analysis. Students are trained in survey and excavation methodology, artifact analysis, data entry, and report writing.
CRF is committed to providing training for students beginning their careers in archaeology.
CRF has opportunities for HSU students to learn real-world skills in the contract archaeology realm.
Hands-on experience for students with archaeological projects and artifact analysis
Participation in archaeology meetings and presenting research papers (i.e. State of Jefferson and The Society for California Archaeology)
Student training in archaeology field methodology:
Training in GPS mapping
Training in excavation methodology
Training in artifact analysis
Training in professional report writing
Training in GIS
For students that are working on HSU class projects
Access to various specialists (i.e. Historians, Archaeologists, GIS Specialists, botanists, among others)
Access to local field technical reports and publications
Access to unpublished maps and historical resources
Job placement for students within the Cultural Resource Facility or other firms.
Liaison with other agencies to place students in internship (BLM)
Access to software and equipment in the facility
CRF staff has graciously assisted the anthropology faculty in various capacities:
Mapping Exercises (tape and compass and GPS)
Lecturing on local research carried out by CRF Staff
Flint-Knapping Workshops (click on each link below to view the photos from each workshop)