Bioarchaeology Field School in Ecuador

Central Washington University is excited to announce that applications for its Bioarchaeology Field School in Ecuador are available at The field school will be held in Salango, Ecuador from August 11-August 31, 2019. Students can earn 3 credits of Anth 493. Students will gain experience in analyzing prehistoric human skeletal remains that have been previously excavated from Florida Atlantic University’s Archaeological Field School and others. Students will create inventories, estimate a biological profile, and produce an osteological report that will be given to the Community of Salango. The cost of the program is $3,779.17 and includes all weekday meals, living arrangements at the research center, a whale watching/snorkeling tour, tours of archaeological museums, transportation to/from Salango. Tuition and airfare are separate. Students wishing to participate in this program must have already taken a human osteology course. Applications are due April 8, 2019. Any questions can be directed to the faculty leader: Dr. Nicole A. Jastremski, Non-CWU students are encouraged to apply.