Master of Arts in Cultural Resource Management

Online Informational Sessions

Have you ever wondered what it takes to lead a team of archaeologists, provide a fresh business vision for Stonehenge, manage Yosemite National Park’s biodiversity or assemble a collection of artifacts for the Smithsonian? If so, join us for a informational session about the Master of Arts in Cultural Resource Management at the University of Evansville. In this program you undertake a transformative learning experience in heritage, leadership, business, and environmental sciences.

This new innovative program offers a unique approach with:

  • Customizable hybrid programming. Most coursework will be online, with two weeklong in-person courses required at Harlaxton in Grantham, England.
  • Optional extended study abroad options. Students also have the option to live at Harlaxton during the semester and/or summer program to participate in additional experiential activities to complement their coursework.
  • Online and blended classes offer flexibility for your demanding schedule.
  • Quality instruction from University of Evansville and Harlaxton faculty and experienced industry professionals.
  • Flexible structure, fitting for full-time grad students or working adults. Program can be completed in a concentrated 1-year, full-time format or more gradually over 2 or 3 years.

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Featured Speaker

PROFESSOR EMILY STAMMITTI is a Program Director at Harlaxton College, University of Evansville. She obtained her PhD at the University of Edinburgh, focusing on submerged inland landscapes. Emily created community programming around the benefits of underwater archaeology outreach in communities and gained qualifications as a professional scientific and archaeological diver during her studies. She has researched, spoken, and taught extensively across Scotland and England, spending years working as a professional archaeologist, heritage consultant and educator. Emily currently serves as the Education and Outreach Officer for the Enabled Archaeology Foundation and sits on the board of trustees of the Archbishop’s Palace Conservation Trust, guiding best archaeological practice and driving for equality, diversity, and inclusion across the sector. She has won a range of public speaking awards and developed bespoke, award-winning community education programmes in coordination with the Wellcome Trust and the HLF. Emily joins Harlaxton with 15-years of industry and academic experience, equipped with stories about being chased by seals in California, hunting for shipwrecks in Scotland and being perched on by meerkats in central England.

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