We have a wonderful opportunity this month. We have been invited by Dr. Lynn Swartz Dodd to tour the USC Archaeology Research Center, located on campus in Ahmanson Hall (popularly known as the “cheese grater” building).
The USC Archaeology Research Center lets visitors get their hands on the past. Virtual reality displays sit next to ancient artifacts that you can hold (we’ll provide the gloves!). USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences offers undergraduates an archaeology major and minor that combines innovative science, hands-‐on activities, exploration of ancient places near and far and problem solving through cutting-‐edge research. See what the past can teach us about our future and ourselves.
Dr. Dodd is a world-‐renowned archaeologist. Among many achievements, she takes students into the exciting world of underwater archaeology. See this video: https://dornsife.usc.edu/arch
Date: Thursday, October 31, 2019
Location: USC Archaeology Research Center, Ahmanson Hall
825 Bloom Walk; ACB 330, Los Angeles, CA 90089
We recommend you take the Metro Expo Line train to this event. The Exposition Boulevard station is less than a block from the venue, which is next door to Mudd Hall on the north side. The campus address is ACB 330. Elevator service is available. Nearest parking is Downey Way Structure (Formerly PSA), with entrance off Vermont on 36th Place (Downey Way). A link to a campus map will be provided with your RSVP acknowledgment.
A light lunch will be served.
PLEASE REGISTER EACH INDIVIDUAL ATTENDING AT:
https://tinyurl.com/SRAOctTour or call 213-740-7122
Space is limited, so please respond as soon as possible!