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Purdue Fort Wayne Offering New Certificate

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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WOWO): Purdue Fort Wayne announced a new certificate in cultural resource management. According to a release from PFW, the school’s Department of Anthropology and Sociology has gained approval to offer a new certificate in cultural resource management. The curriculum will train students in identifying and investigating cultural resources – such as archaeological and historical sites and artifacts – and in developing plans for their preservation, curation, and ethical use. This certificate is one of only a handful available in the U.S. where most of the training in contract archaeology is tied to graduate degrees in archaeology.

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