Phillip Neusius recently participated in the 20th annual Conference of the American Cultural Resources Association, held in St. Pete Beach, Fla. He was invited to participate in a forum on “Ensuring Industry Sustainability and Quality: Educating the Next Generation of Cultural Resource Management Practitioners,” held on September 20, 2014.
As part of this forum, Neusius shared the unique focus of IUP’s undergraduate and graduate programs in preparing students for careers in cultural resource management. The program has been successful in preparing their graduates for positions in the cultural resource management workforce for over a quarter of a century.
The American Cultural Resources Association is a trade association whose mission is to promote the professional, ethical, and best business practices of the cultural resources consulting industry. The association provides a forum for collectively focusing on issues that affect the future of the CRM industry. Member firms represent the broad range of professionals working in cultural resources management in the U.S.
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