June 23, 2011
by Betsy Chapman
While most of our students are home for the summer, there are some here in summer school, and still others doing summer projects. For anthropology students, summer means the opportunity to go on a dig at a local site.
In this photo, you see anthropology professor Eric Jones with undergraduates in a field site along the Yadkin River in Surry County, NC. These students, all anthropology majors, are spending the summer exploring settlements from the Late Woodland era (AD 1000-1600.)
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