For many people, being back at home with family for the whole summer can feel daunting. After all that time at university you've done a lot, coped with a lot, and changed as a person. Here are six things that can help you survive returning home to your family for the summer.
Today we finished the last session of Research and Presentation Skills. The session was composed of five presentations from the undergraduates, each presentation by a group of around 6-10 people. There were a couple of very good examples; one extremely exciting and over-the-top group effort owed a lot to the influence of Glee! However on… Continue reading TA’s thoughts: Undergraduate group presentations
Having just down-loaded and read the Jan 2009 Society for American Archaeology’s Archaeological Record in order to read the Killick and Goldberg article entitled A Quiet Crisis in American Archaeology (all about how Europe and Britain are outstripping the US in terms of archaeological science), I was pretty shocked by a statement in a later… Continue reading British archaeology ahead of the US – but still falling short