Here are some photos from our September Museum Chat. Thank you everyone for comi…

Here are some photos from our September Museum Chat. Thank you everyone for coming out and we hope to see you for our next Museum Chat on October 17th.


Ancient Crocodiles of the Nile Museum Chat
Here are some photos from our September Museum Chat. Thank you everyone for coming out and we hope to see you for our next Museum Chat on October 17th.

Check out these photos of Howard Ehrenfeld's JHU Location Photography course tha…

Check out these photos of Howard Ehrenfeld's JHU Location Photography course that visited our museum yesterday, September 10th and spent some time photographing objects and displays in the museum.


Howard Ehrenfeld's Location Photography Course
Check out these photos of Howard Ehrenfeld's JHU Location Photography course that visited our museum yesterday, September 10th and spent some time photographing objects and displays in the museum.

On Friday the 13th, spend some time with some ancient Egyptian crocodiles at our…

On Friday the 13th, spend some time with some ancient Egyptian crocodiles at our first museum chat of the semester. Talks run from 12:15-12:45. See you there!

Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum’s Facebook Wall 2013-09-04 21:58:17

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Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum
WE'RE HIRING! The Museum is hiring two undergraduate assistants this fall. If you are interested, please send a letter explaining your interest in working at the museum, and a resume with a list of relevant museum experience, skills or coursework you have completed to archmuseum@jhu.edu. Also provide the names of two Hopkins professors who can comment your academic work. You must: • Be a sophomore or junior. Freshmen, please consider applying next year. Given the amount of time we put into training our staff, we are unable to take on seniors as they will soon be leaving Hopkins on bigger adventures. • Be able to work for three hours a week between the hours of 10:30am-1:30pm, Monday through Friday, and be available for occasional Saturday open hours. Email your letter, resume and two faculty references to archmuseum@jhu.edu by 5pm on September 15th. Interviews with selected candidates will take place the following two weeks, with hires expected by the beginning of October.

Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum’s Facebook Wall 2013-09-04 21:58:17

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Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum
WE'RE HIRING! The Museum is hiring two undergraduate assistants this fall. If you are interested, please send a letter explaining your interest in working at the museum, and a resume with a list of relevant museum experience, skills or coursework you have completed to archmuseum@jhu.edu. Also provide the names of two Hopkins professors who can comment your academic work. You must: • Be a sophomore or junior. Freshmen, please consider applying next year. Given the amount of time we put into training our staff, we are unable to take on seniors as they will soon be leaving Hopkins on bigger adventures. • Be able to work for three hours a week between the hours of 10:30am-1:30pm, Monday through Friday, and be available for occasional Saturday open hours. Email your letter, resume and two faculty references to archmuseum@jhu.edu by 5pm on September 15th. Interviews with selected candidates will take place the following two weeks, with hires expected by the beginning of October.

WE'RE HIRING! The Museum is hiring two undergraduate assistants this fall. If y…

WE'RE HIRING! The Museum is hiring two undergraduate assistants this fall. If you are interested, please send a letter explaining your interest in working at the museum, and a resume with a list of relevant museum experience, skills or coursework you have completed to archmuseum@jhu.edu. Also provide the names of two Hopkins professors who can comment your academic work.

You must:
• Be a sophomore or junior. Freshmen, please consider applying next year. Given the amount of time we put into training our staff, we are unable to take on seniors as they will soon be leaving Hopkins on bigger adventures.
• Be able to work for three hours a week between the hours of 10:30am-1:30pm, Monday through Friday, and be available for occasional Saturday open hours.

Email your letter, resume and two faculty references to archmuseum@jhu.edu by 5pm on September 15th. Interviews with selected candidates will take place the following two weeks, with hires expected by the beginning of October.