posted on 05/10/2013
by Andrea Fink
You can now register for CAP 2013 by visiting our online registration page! Please click Register Now! Please note that registration closes July 5, 2013, and scholarship applications and letters of recommendation must be received in full by June 7, 2013.
posted on 02/22/2012
by Lynda Carroll
Tuition assistance is available to students who would like to participate in one of our summer programs. Find out more about deadlines, the nomination process and eligibility!
posted on 11/18/2011
( From YNN ) BINGHAMTON, N.Y. -- A group of archaeologists is digging up some local history in Binghamton. For the past two months the group has been performing what is called a ‘data recovery operation’ next to the Vestal Parkway.
The Department of Transportation has plans to develop the area with a pedestrian and bicycle path. They contracted with the public archeology facility at...
posted on 04/21/2011
The Public Archaeology Facility has been updating its public outreach exhibit, and is developing new, interactive presentations for the public.
posted on 03/21/2011
Viewed from Onondaga Road, the project seems to be a typical excavation. Scattered workers move in and out of mounds of dirt, near a shuttered brick hospital that once served residents of the old Onondaga County poorhouse. Yet as the archaeologist who oversees the dig walks the site, he envisions “the poorhouse when it was kind of its own world.” Daniel Seib, from the Public Archaeology Facility...
posted on 03/15/2011
The Archaeology for Teens program will take place from July 15-19, 2013.
posted on 03/11/2011
CAP has a Facebook presence! Check out some of the posts we share from the field and the lab. CAP members can also post to our wall and share their own posts and comments. You can visit us here: Facebook Page
posted on 03/08/2011
The Kids Program in 2009 was a great success! We had a great session on campus, visited Salt Springs State Park Historic Site, enjoyed a hands-on AtlAtl demonstration by Thunderbird AtlAtl and helped with excavations at a site on Binghamton's Southside. Look at our photos!
posted on 05/16/2012
by Lynda Carroll
Registration is open for the 2013 Community Archaeology Program! To guarantee your space in one of our three programs, sign up now!