News and Announcements
2023 Schwarzman Scholar
PhD Candidate Yuyang Wang named Schwarzman Scholar. The 2023 Schwarzman Scholars program, provides a one-year, fully funded master’s degree in global affairs with a focus on leadership at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China. Stanford Report
Alcohol and Agriculture in Prehistoric East Asia: Interview with Professor Li Liu
Professor Li Liu talks about her recent research on the origins of brewing and alcohol. Listen to Podcast here!
Barb Voss named as a 2022 Bass University Fellow
Stanford Archaeology Center Director and Anthropology Professor, Barbara L. Voss, has been named as a 2022 Bass University Fellow for her extraordinary contributions to undergraduate education. For more information, see Stanford Report.
Cultivating community through a California native plants garden
Students study the history and culture of the Muwekma Ohlone Tribe by tending a native plants garden field project in a new teaching space near the Stanford Dish. Stanford Report.
Why do we eat spicy peppers?
Stanford Archaeology Center Workshop Series Presenter, Katherine Chiou (Assistant Professor, University of Alabama) answers the question, "Why do we eat spicy peppers?" Read more from the Stanford Daily.
The Stanford Archaeology Center is currently conducting a search for a new Curator and Director of Collections for the Stanford University Archaeology Collection (SUAC). For more information and to apply, see Stanford Careers.
Course encourages students to look at cultural heritage objects through the lens of science and quantitative reasoning. Instructors hope to inspire careers in art conservation and archaeological science. Stanford Report.