Industry and community engagement
The Archaeology Program is proud to have on-going partnerships with the following organisations:
The Young Archaeologists Program is an exciting initiative offering educational excursions and incursions during school terms, as well as fun holiday activities, to inspire the next generation of budding young archaeologists.
The Australian Institute of Archaeology was founded in 1946 as an organisation to facilitate and monitor the scientific study of the ancient world of the biblical narrative. It aims to draw upon all means of study, geographical, epigraphical, geological, ethnographical and archaeological, to encourage an informed understanding of the biblical story, which is integral to many aspects of civilisation as we know it, and more generally to promote a credible view of history.
The La Trobe University Archaeological Society (LAS) is a thriving community for anyone interested in archaeology. The Society hosts numerous events throughout the year, provides support to students and aims to maintain dialogue between students and staff of the University's Archaeology Program and industry.
The History Program is proud to have on-going research and engagement associations with the following organisations:
Jennifer Jones is also collaborating with Dr Rani Kerin (History, Federation University) and Dr Jacqui Theobald (Rural Health School, La Trobe University) in the project 'Saving Aboriginal Children: A History of Save the Children Fund Aboriginal Preschools in Australia'. Australian Research Council/Australian American Fulbright Commission Linkage Project 2015-18. Fostering Women Leaders through Educational Exchange 1930-1980