Graduate students from the Applied Archaeology program attended and Professor William Chadwick presented at the 24th Annual ACRA Conference in Cincinnati, Ohio. Chadwick presented and was a discussant in the session
titled “Promoting Synergy Between the Academy and the CRM Industry: How Do We Make it Happen?”
Chadwick, a member of the ACRA Task Force for Improving the working relationship between the Academy and the CRM Industry, was invited to participate in the session as a representative of a model academic program that maintains and encourages the connection
between the academy and CRM.
IUP is an associate member of ACRA, the national trade association supporting and promoting the common interests of cultural resource management (CRM) firms of all sizes, types, and specialties in the United States.
Photo: IUP Applied Archaeology students on the road to ACRA!
Photo: IUP Applied Archaeology students at the American Cultural Resources Association annual meeting. From left: Steven Campbell, Kristina Gaugler, Jessi Hoover, Andrew Malhotra, and Joseph Bomberger. Not pictured: Ross Owen and Christopher Thompson.
Department of Anthropology