"careers" blog posts
After University: Graduate Pathways from ACE (Week 4)
In the fourth and final part of our series, we got in touch with Archaeology BSc and MSc graduate Edward Clark.
Posted on: 8 May 2020
After University: Graduate Pathways from ACE (Week 3)
In the third part of our series, we got in touch with Palaeoanthropology MSc and Evolutionary Anthropology PhD graduate, Dr Shelley Farrar Stoakes.
Posted on: 1 May 2020
After University: Graduate Pathways from ACE (Week 2)
In the second part of our series, we got in touch with Egyptology MA graduate Edward Lewis, to hear about his career pathways from student at the University of Liverpool to Head of Programme at Jersey Overseas Aid.
Posted on: 24 April 2020
After University: Graduate Pathways from ACE
We got in touch with some of our former students to ask how their degree from the Department of Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology helped them get to where they are today. Over the next few weeks, you’ll hear about the diverse and wide range of career pathways our graduates have taken.
Posted on: 17 April 2020
From the Ancient World to the near future - skills that can help you stand out from the crowd!
How has one of our archaeology MA students been using her skills outside of university studies? Chloé Agar tells us more about how the content of her degree is helping her explore different career ideas for the future, outside of academia
Posted on: 29 January 2018
ACE researcher in the spotlight: Dr. Shirley Curtis-Summers
I am currently an honorary research associate in ACE and since completing my PhD in 2015, I have held posts in ACE, History, Anatomy, Continuing Education and Public Health and Policy. I am also a consultant human osteologist, working with heritage companies and museums to provide human osteology assessments/reports and deliver public engagement events.
Posted on: 11 December 2017
Archaeology as public spectacle: the 1st Archaeology Convention in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
The 1st Archaeology Convention took place in November at the National Museum of Antiquities in Riyadh, the capitol of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Posted on: 10 November 2017
A tale of two universities
Hey there, I’m Chloé. I’m studying Archaeology here in Liverpool this year. It’s been wonderful to get to know the department and the society over the last couple of weeks, after being so nervous about coming to a new university. As a thank you, I’m sharing my experiences about the transition between universities, and how postgraduate study compares to undergraduate study so far.
Posted on: 4 October 2017