At Johns Hopkins, students in all majors and programs learn by doing hands-on research, but some of our students really get to dig in to their studies. Students in the Near Eastern studies and archaeology majors have the opportunity to conduct fieldwork during faculty-led excavations and archaeological projects in Egypt—this year, Dr. Betsy Bryan led a team of students to continue working in Luxor. Follow their adventures and see photos of their findings at http://www.jhu.edu/egypttoday/.
On the Homewood campus, the recently opened Johns Hopkins Archaeology Museum is another resource for students and community members. Visit the museum online here: http://archaeologicalmuseum.jhu.edu/.
Head over to Hopkins Interactive to read one student's experiences in Egypt: http://blogs.hopkins-interactive.com/guest/2008/02/hopkins-in-egypt/.
Egypt isn't the only exciting place Johns Hopkins students are going—find out about study abroad options at: http://web.jhu.edu/study_abroad.
Not sure what you want to study? Check out the Academics Blog, where you'll find student-written blogs about every major and minor offered at Johns Hopkins!
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