Our Archaeology Tutor, Dr Alex Pryor, has started a new job at the University of Southampton as a post-doctorate researcher on a Leverhulme-funded project looking a food storage in the Palaeolithic. Alex also remains associated with the McDonald Institute for Archaeology at the University of Cambridge. He hopes that AS Archaeology students who have enjoyed their courses and passed their exams will consider applying to universities to read Archaeology (and get plenty of field practice as well). Alex himself has been on fieldwork in the Czech Republic this month. So start applying!
Hamish Mitchell’s new book on the Method of Measurement for Highway Works is now available from ICES Publishing (0161 972 3110 or firstname.lastname@example.org) £19.95 post free in the UK (£6.95 overseas). You have the opportunity to buy a first edition! Hamish covers the background, development and usage of the MMHW, presenting case studies and examples. You will find it very helpful on any Commercial Management course for quantity surveyors and it is a recommended title for Module 2 in our Professional Diploma in Commercial Management.