Our Faculty & Their Research

Faculty members often involve students in their research projects and field studies. These projects use state-of-the-art facilities and equipment, and in collaboration with other departments, community members and employers on research projects.

You may also gain employment at a number of museums and archaeological consulting companies. All these opportunities give you the chance to get additional hands-on experience.

Current Research & Areas of Interest:

  • Alberta Archaeology
  • Near Eastern and Egyptian Archaeology
  • Archaeology of Greece and Rome
  • European Archaeology
  • History of Archaeology
  • Public Archaeology
  • Landscape Reconstruction
  • Stratigraphical Analysis
  • Paleomagnetics
  • Quaternary & Pliocene Records (3+ Million Years)
  • Remote Sensing & GIS
  • Global Environmental Change
  • Water & Agricultural Resources
  • Humans & Environmental Change
  • Advanced Digital Image Processing
  • Airborne Data Acquisition
  • Glacier Dynamics
  • Environment-Glacier Interactions