Professor Julia King and adjunct faculty member Scott Strickland used the Piscataway modeling project as the example for a webinar sponsored by the US National Park Service on Indigenous Cultural Landscapes on May 11, 2016. The webinar will be featured in the future on the US National Park Service’s YouTube page.
Heritage and Public Engagement Class at Maryland Archaeology Day
On April 19 the Heritage and Public Engagement class participated in Maryland Archaeology Day at Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum. Their traveling exhibit on Archaeology and colonial Life at Cremona Estate including artifact displays and interactive activities designed from local grammar school students.