Norwegian postgraduate student Maria Winther Sørensen has joined the ORCA team this week for a two-month internship.
An exhibition on Neolithic pottery, curated by student Lois Combs, is running at the Orkney Museum, Kirkwall, until September 30.
Undergraduate student Sarah James reports on her experience over the two-week excavation field school at Skaill farm, Rousay.
UHI Archaeology Institute are offering places to study on the Archaeology BA (Hons), Archaeology Joint Honours BA (Hons), Archaeological Sciences BSc (Hons) and Archaeological and Environmental Sciences BSc (Hons) through UCAS Clearing 2023.
For the third year in a row our MA in Contemporary Art and Archaeology secured a 100 per cent satisfaction rating in the Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey, while our MLitt in Archaeological Studies scored 86 per cent.
Excavation resumes at Swartigill, Caithness, tomorrow – running until September 8.
As the trenches at Skaill farm, in Rousay, are closed for another year, project co-director Dan Lee reflects on another successful season.
The end of our second week finished with a glorious day of sunshine and the site open day on Saturday, enjoyed by over 60 visitors from Rousay, Orkney and beyond.