GAO is a student-led organization for graduate students in Archaeology, Classical Archaeology, and Archaeological Science at the University of Oxford.
GAO organises workshops for graduate students as part of the program for the development of graduate skills. These courses have the purpose of enriching our skills in subsidiary disciplines of archaeology. The courses aim to give students the necessary practical skills to be more versatile in the field as well as in their future professional careers.
As part of their commitment to promote the exchange of ideas between the various fields of archaeology, they organise a yearly postgraduate conference.
If you wish to get in touch with any of the members of the committee, you can find our individual email addresses via the link below, or simply send an email to email@example.com.
Graduate Skills Seminars
The graduate skills seminars are an opportunity for post-graduate students from all areas of archaeology to get specialist insight into a wide range of topics of personal or professional interest.
For more information on seminars to run during Hilary term, 2016, please view the schedule below:
Do you have an idea for a topic you’d like to learn about (or even teach)? We’re always looking for new ideas for seminar topics that might be of interest to post-graduate students. If you have any ideas, please email Eleanor Farber at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The GAO has opened a store! If you are looking to display your archaeological pride or want a nice gift for family or friends, please have a look! We have a range of useful items, from t-shirts to jackets, bags to water bottles, all with the GAO logo. You can find it at: http://gaoshop.spreadshirt.co.uk/