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Ben Hoksbergen teaches children


What our graduates are doing

The field of archaeology goes way beyond digging for artifacts. It includes cultural resource management, national park service work, forensics, anthropology, architectural drafting, museum work, and more.

Calvin graduates who minored in archaeology are now working as field archaeologists (like Ben Hoksbergen above), creating virtual museums on the internet, working in development in Central America, teaching in universities, and working in cultural resource management.

Jana Boersema, archaeological project manager

Paul Christians, co-founder of Open Hand Studios

Kim De Wall Rubin, university lecturer

Lauren De Vos, non-profit database coordinator

Benjamin Hoksbergen, installation archaeologist with the US Army

Roger Kiers, transportation archaeologist

Abigail Tan, medical doctor

Find out more about work done by students as Archaeology minors

Jacob Speelman

Stephen Clemenger