The Waring Laboratory has an active Educational Outreach Program, made possible with a grant from the Student Assisted Research Program (SRAP), and created by Anthropology Undergraduates at the University of West Georgia. The Educational Outreach Program is currently available for Teachers and Educators of elementary school to college-level students in public, private, and home schools, as well as civic education programs such as Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts, within traveling distance to the Waring Laboratory and includes: We encourage you to invite archaeology into your classroom!
The Waring Laboratory has began to integrate an interpretation component to the Education Outreach Program. These projects range from traveling exhibits to smaller interpretive displays.
- Two Archaeological Teaching Trunks
- A Guided Tour of the Laboratory
- An On-Site Mock Excavation Pit