Fieldwork and Research Opportunities
In recent years advanced students have earned credit for research assistance on a variety of faculty-directed projects. These include the analysis of human skeletal remains from a 19th-century cemetery in Chicago; laboratory analyses of archaeological artifacts from Mesoamerica; the study of captive primate behavior at the Lincoln Park Zoological gardens; and a study of aging at a local retirement center, to name a few.
Students are encouraged to gain summer fieldwork experiences in archaeology, biological anthropology and cultural anthropology.
Cooperative programs between Loyola and other universities around the world provide these opportunities.
- Opportunities are on this page.
- Check out the bulletin board in the anthropology department (8th floor, Damen Hall) for applications for internships (e.g., Field Museum) and research opportunities outside of Loyola
Archaeology Field Schools
For information, contact Dr. Dan Amick or call: 773.508.3446
- Application for Archaeological Field School (PDF)
- Research Grant for Students of Illinois Archaeology
- Loyola Archaeological Field School (2002)
- Loyola Field School at Macktown, Illinois (1999)
- Loyola Field School at Macktown, Illinois (1998)