Each summer New York University undergraduates join the
team of experts committed to the excavation of Yeronisos, as well as the
conservation, study and publication of its finds. As participants in the
Yeronisos Island Field School, the undergraduates received course credit
and experience in every aspect of archaeological fieldwork, including
stratigraphic excavation, surveying, recording, conservation, drawing,
photography, and publication. They have the benefit of learning from the
American, French, Belgian, British, Dutch, Greek and Cypriot
serve as our dig architects, conservators, numismatists, epigraphists,
floral, faunal and bone experts. Some undergraduates have recieved
Explorers Club Youth Activity Awards to support their participation in
the Field School.
The Yeronisos Island Excavation Field School, now in its fifth year,
offers New York University undergraduate course credit (4 points) for a
seven week program of work in the excavation and survey of Yeronisos as
well as in the conservation, study and publication of its finds.
Dates: May 16-July 4th
Expenses: Tuition for 4 credit course, room and board and airfare.
Required: health insurance, physician's approval and personal interview.
For further information write:
Yeronisos Island Expedition
Department of Fine Arts
New York University
303 Main Building
100 Washington Square East
New York, NY 10003