Digital Archaeology & Education Outreach

“Education outreach” is one of my big catch-phrases.

It’s one of those pouncy random goody two shoes kind of things that I refuse to let go of no matter how many times I have to argue for its benefit or have the various initiatives I’ve invented or been involved with succeed or fail. Without encouraging younger generations to do something and helping them along the paths they’ve set for themselves- there is no future. Let alone an awesome future full of archaeology-meets-technology-innovation.

Soo0o, whenever the opportunity has presented itself, be it with the foundation of the CURIIs,  training presentations, or invitations to present work to younger audiences, I’m in.

Below are some of the images captured by Calit2/Qualcomm’s Anna Liza Tong of one of my CISA3 digital archaeology schpeals to high school students.

Ashley M. Richter presenting to visiting High School students at Qualcomm Institute, the newly rebranded UCSD branch of the California Institute of Telecommunications and Information Technology (Calit2).

Ashley M. Richter presenting to visiting High School students at Qualcomm Institute, the newly rebranded UCSD branch of the California Institute of Telecommunications and Information Technology (Calit2).

Ashley M. Richter presenting CISA3 to high school students.

Ashley M. Richter presenting her CISA3 to high school students.

Ashley M. Richter presenting her work at CISA3 to high school students.

Ashley M. Richter presenting her work at CISA3 to high school students.

Ashley M. Richter presenting her CISA3 to high school students.

Ashley M. Richter presenting her CISA3 to high school students.

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