“Kristin will be greatly missed but her legacy will continue through the success of her students. Our thoughts are with her family and friends at this difficult time.”
Researchers at the UHI Archaeology Institute have a fast-growing reputation for their studies of the impacts of climate change and sustainability.
Evidence has now come to light from the University of the Highlands and Islands Archaeology Institute research excavation at the Ness of Brodgar of woven textiles in use 5,000 years ago.
UHI have established proven ways of learning through technology and delivering an active personalised experience to students.
University of the Highlands and Islands partnership statement – Coronavirus
Are islands on the Edge? What is the Edge on a spherical planet ? And in the digital world is there an Edge?
The Natural and Cultural Heritage Fund is led by Scottish Natural Heritage and is part funded through the European Regional Development Fund.
The John Rae Society and Orkney Research Centre for Archaeology (ORCA) put their heads together and held an archive training workshop on the 27th April 2019
“It has literally helped change mine and many others lives, and I will always be very grateful.”
Some very large whale species were sourced for tools, vessels and equipment during the Iron Age.