The Institute of Archaeology and Heritage Studies has a Non Academic Staff section comprising archaeology graduates. These professionals support the institute’s operations through administrative, financial, and technical roles. They work alongside academic staff and students to foster a collaborative environment for research and learning. With diverse skills in areas like museum management, artifact conservation, and fieldwork logistics, the non-academic staff contribute to a holistic approach to archaeology. Their dedication and expertise are highly valued, as they play an integral role in promoting archaeological research, conservation, and public engagement.
The institute encourages exploration of the non-academic staff profiles to discover their unique contributions to the field of archaeology and cultural heritage preservation.