Education & Training

The MURR Archaeometry Laboratory encourages scholarly research and academic development a top priority. As such, we welcome opportunities to collaborate with the bright young students from across the globe. Since 1988, the Archaeometry Laboratory has provided analytical services for a large number of students pursuing graduate degrees in chemistry and archaeology. In addition, the lab regularly trains undergraduate and graduate students, and operates an internship program for graduate students.

Postdoctoral Fellowships

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Graduate Student Internships

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Undergraduate Laboratory Assistants

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Visiting Researchers

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Other Online Resources

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Society for American Archaeology Workshop and Booth 2024