Student Conference cancelled due to present public health advice.
If you are a University of the Highlands and Islands Archaeology student get out your diaries and write in, “Student Conference, Inverness” where it says 27th March 2020.
On Friday 27th March 2020 the Archaeological Institute of the University of the Highlands and Islands is hosting its second Archaeology Student Conference at the An Lòchran Building on the Inverness Campus.
The conference will be attended by students across all areas of the degree programmes from first-years through to Masters degree and PhD students. The theme of the conference this year is Current Challenges in Archaeology.
The day will consist of a mixture of student presentations relating to this theme and a workshop with break-out sessions, designed to team professionals and students together to identify and come up with potential solutions for these challenges. Hopefully, these sessions will provide some interesting ideas and lively debate.
The mix of professionals and students at the first conference was deemed a rewarding experience for all involved and we would love to repeat that experience this time round. We hope the workshop session will be particularly informative and it will be interesting to see if challenges identified by students will be the same as those identified by you and other professionals.
The Programme of Events
|Conference Opens, Coffee and Biscuits||9:30-10:00am|
|Coffee & Biscuits Break||11:15-11:30|
|Lunch (provided) @ Grumpy Chef cafe||12:30-13:30|
|Workshop and Break-Out Sessions||13:30-14:30|
|Coffee & Biscuits Break||14:30-14:45|
|Workshop and Break-Out Sessions||14:45-15:30|
|Round-up and Thank yous||15:30-16:00|
|Evening refreshments||16:00 onwards|
Student presentations will be given from both our UG and PG students on a mix of topics. A fuller programme will be provided on the talks and the speakers at the conference, with updates also available through this blog https://archaeologyorkney.com/
The Conference will be held at the An Lòchran Building on the Inverness Campus, the address of which is:
10 Inverness Campus
Details on how to get there can be found here: http://www.invernesscampus.co.uk/get-there/
There is free parking available at the campus with spaces directly outside of the main college building.
For more information and any questions contact Mary on email@example.com