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www.facebook.com/581457011928483/posts/5511222462285222/STUDENT DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE 2021*** CALL FOR APPLICATIONS ***The Southern African Archaeology Student Council (SAASC), welcomes all registered archaeology students from the SADC region the register for the online Student Development Conference - in partnership with PAST & Association of Southern African Professional Archaeologists & the University of Pretoria.Due to ongoing Covid19 restrictions, the traditional Student Development Workshop is going digital and will be hosted on the University of Pretoria's ClickUP portal during the month of June. As the online SDC-2021 is a collaborative venture between SAASC, Past, ASAPA, and UP, there are no registration costs involved in participation. STEP 1: Firstly, you need to be a member of the Southern African Archaeology Student Society (SAASS) in order to enroll for this SDC. If you are not already a member, please fill out this form: docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeaS-AqhzIlJ7yScGM8Xryf1QMcE1Y0qk_DxUmUOI2WVWImWA/viewform?usp=s... STEP 2: Register for the SDC using the form:www.saassarchaeology.com/copy-of-world-archaeologySTEP 3:Once you have registered, you will receive an event invitation via email. You will have to log into the University of Pretoria's ClickUP online learning portal by filling in the username and password that you will receive once the SDC commences on 1 June 2021. We will have prizes up for grabs for the Best Student Presentation, Best Student Performance (essays and quizzes), as well as the Most Engaging Student (interaction with fellow students, sharing social media posts, etc). ... See MoreSee Less
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www.facebook.com/111788370386175/posts/302818281283182/#FARCfactThe Forensic Repository currently houses the remains of 735 unidentified South Africans which have been stored and curated since 2003. The collection remains an important resource for use in teaching trauma and taphonomy to future anthropologists. As part of the Bakeng se Afrika digital skeletal repository, 59 cranial and postcranial specimen have been scanned to create digital teaching and learning materials for bone trauma..#skulls #forensicanthropology #forensics #bones #trauma #research #bakengseafrika #pretoriabonecollection ... See MoreSee Less
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www.facebook.com/581457011928483/posts/5510228892384579/BECOME A MEMBER OF THE SOUTHERN AFRICAN ARCHAEOLOGy STUDENT SOCIETY (SAASS).1) Complete the Online Membership Application Form: docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeaS-AqhzIlJ7yScGM8Xryf1QMcE1Y0qk_DxUmUOI2WVWImWA/viewform2) Email Proof of University registration. This can take the form of a registration acceptance letter, mid-year results, or a student card – basically any document that includes your name, student number, and a date. Early career professionals should submit a copy of their most recent degree certificate (not older than three years).3) Email A short CV (2 to 5 pages) These documents should be emailed to: officialsaasc@gmail.com ... See MoreSee Less
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