Students from Assistant Professor Scott Ingram’s Field Archaeology course, AN 320, work with Ingram and professional archaeologists near Crestone, Colorado, to survey and record any artifacts found in the area and document what may have been made by people living in the area. The class contributes to Ingram’s interest in teaching insights toward understanding contemporary problems, such as human vulnerability to climate change and social and ecological sustainability, by investigating long-term human and environmental interactions. All photos by Joshua Birndorf ’20