Field School blog Fall 2014 Field School Ends: Graduation CeremonyNovember 21st, 2014The Turkana Basin Institute Fall 2014 Field School ended last Sunday. As part of this we held a graduation ceremony where...read moreKnapping!November 14th, 2014We are almost at the end of the archaeology module, and thus at the end of the Fall 2014 Field...read moreFinal Field Day in NapagetNovember 11th, 2014Today, students headed out for their last day in the field before the Field School ends on Sunday. It's hard...read moreSome Friendly CompetitionNovember 8th, 2014Yesterday, students participated in an illustration competition. After learning about the Acheulean stone tool industry in lecture, Dr. Harmand showed...read moreStone Tools in the Lab and the FieldNovember 6th, 2014The Field School is in its final two weeks, and that means we are in the final module, Archaeology, taught...read moreExcavating an ElephantOctober 26th, 2014Yesterday, the Field School students got to take part in an excavation, giving them the opportunity to hone recently acquired...read moreScreening and Fossil Hunting in South TurkwelOctober 23rd, 2014Hi, we’re Katie and Letty and we’re students from UCL. On Thursday, we went on a trip to South Turkwel and...read moreAn Afternoon in Eliye SpringsOctober 20th, 2014Hi, I’m Melina, a sophomore from Stony Brook University. I’m interested mainly in archaeology and came to TBI for the ama...read moreVertebrate Paleontology Begins!October 7th, 2014Yesterday marked the beginning of the third Field School module, Vertebrate Paleontology, taught by Dr. Doug Boyer of Duke University....read moreTrip to LothagamOctober 4th, 2014Hi, we’re Eloise and Stacey, third year Archaeology and Anthropology students from University College London. We are interested in hominin e...read more Read more field school blog posts.