4 staff
4 affiliates
4 partners

The Center for Heritage Resource Studies expands its reach beyond the University of Maryland campus through partnerships with state and regional organizations, national and international organizations, and within the University of Maryland system. Center Partners represent a wide range of disciplines, including cultural anthropology, archaeology, historic preservation, community development, environmental sciences, and others.

State & Regional Partners
  Anacostia Trails Heritage Area (Maryland)
  Catoctin Center for Regional Studies (Maryland)
  Historic Annapolis Foundation
  Illinois State Museum
  Maryland Historical Trust
  Maryland State Highways Archaeology (Project Planning Division)
  National Park Service—National Capital Region—Regional Archaeology Program
  Shenandoah Center for Heritage and the Environment (see Avtex Redevelopment Project)
  SRI Foundation
National Partners
  Archeology Program, National Park Service
  Society for American Archaeology
International Partners
  Ename Center for Public Archaeology and Heritage Presentation, Belgium
  International Center for Cultural and Heritage Studies
University of Maryland Partners
  American Studies Department
  Baha’i Chair for World Peace, Dr. Suheil Bushrui
  Center for International Development and Conflict Management
  Maryland Population Research Center
  Historic Preservation Program
  Office of Continuing and Extended Education
  Study Abroad Office

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