Learn About The Discovery Of An Underwater Castle In Scotland


EVANSVILLE, IN (08/04/2022) Have you ever wondered what it’s like to discover an underwater castle? Did you know there even was such a thing? Registration is now open for a free, virtual chat with Dr. Emily Stammitti, a British-American underwater archaeologist. During this event, Stammitti will share her personal experience of finding a lost castle in Scotland and the treasures it revealed.

This virtual chat will be held on Thursday, September 8, from 12:15 p.m. until 1:00 p.m. and is offered by the University of Evansville (UE). There is no cost to attend, and you can register at any time at evansville.edu/lostcastle.

Stammitti serves as a faculty member at Harlaxton College, a Victorian manor that houses UE’s living and learning center in Grantham, England. She joined the college with 15 years of experience and has taught extensively across Scotland and England. During this time, she also worked as a professional archaeologist and heritage consultant. She now directs the Master of Arts in Innovative Leadership in Heritage Management program at Harlaxton, and she recently led an inclusive archaeology field school on the manor grounds.

The University of Evansville empowers students to think critically, act bravely, serve responsibly, and live meaningfully in a changing world. Through an innovative academic curriculum combined with practical hands-on experiences, UE students engage the local and international community in meaningful ways. With a diverse student body from 44 states and 48 countries, students choose from an array of majors in business, engineering, arts and sciences, and health science. UE graduates engage the world and workplace with the tools and skills to excel in fulfilling careers. For more information, please visit evansville.edu.