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May 13 2022
SUAC staff provided lectures and hands-on experiences for students in the applied physics class Physical Analysis of Artworks, taught by professor Hideo Mabuchi. This interdisciplinary course combined art, archaeology, and physics to encourage students to look at cultural heritage objects through...
Apr 15 2021
The focus of this year’s exhibition at the Stanford University Archaeology Collections is on tracing the role that women have played in collecting and donating objects to SUAC. The exhibition aims to “give back the voice to women who donated to Stanford collections” through exploring biographical...
May 29 2020
Stanford faculty, students connect in their digital classrooms In response to the novel coronavirus, instructors have had to transform their courses into digital classroom experiences. Here, Stanford faculty reflect on how they are engaging with students from a distance.
Sep 18 2019
The Compelling Origin Story of the Museum, University and Silicon Valley
Aug 30 2018
The story of student curator Ariela Algaze's discovery of writing on two fragments of an ancient Egyptian mummy case in the Stanford University Archaeology Collections has been picked up by the science news site Phys.org. Every item in our collections has its own hidden stories!

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