Hawai‘i Archaeological Research Project

We are now taking applications for our 2009 summer archaeological field school

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2009 HARP Archaeological Field School


6/15 — 7/15/09


University of New Mexico and San Jose State University


Location: Kapaau, Hawaii     

Faculty: Mark D. McCoy (SJSU), Michael W. Graves (UNM), and Jesse W. Stephen (UH)


Course Description: Students will spend four weeks in North Kohala, Hawaii Island learning archaeological survey and excavation techniques. A $3,000 participation fee is required to cover food, accommodation, and field trips. Early applicants will receive a $500 reduced fee incentive.


This course is open to undergraduate and graduate students and is not limited to current UNM or SJSU students. Tuition varies according to institution (UNM or SJSU), course level, and number of credit units. Students who want to participate but do not need course credit may make a special request to waive tuition.


*** Early application deadline has been moved to February 15th, 2009. Only students who submit the application before February 15th, 2009 will qualify for the rate of $2500 in fees.  Applicants will not be penalized for unofficial transcripts or letter of recommendation received after the early deadline. Incentive is conditional on acceptance in to the program. ***




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