- Patrick Krantz, Associate Professor of Education, Secondary Education Coordinator, Drinko Center Coordinator
Recently Added Media
Biblical Archaeology From the Ground Down
Join Biblical Archaeology Society as we survey the remains of a raging fire that destroyed Hazor thousands of years ago. Watch with amazement as we explore the ruins of a stone tower at Jezreel, from which Queen Jezebel may have been thrown and murdered. Learn how scientific archaeology developed, from the identification of tells and the shifts in stratigraphic methods to computer refinements and excavations done underwater and in laboratories. Meet the 19th-century pioneers of this field and examine the groundbreaking discoveries and theories that contribute to our understanding of the biblical past. And be there when Hazor volunteers uncover a magnificent prize find, right before your eyes!
Image of the Month
Submitted By: Sarah O'Malley
Photo Taken: Westminster Bio Trail
Camera Used: Nikon D3100
Sponsored By: The Wright Place Salon
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Want to submit an image?
AV invites all photographers to submit images for a chance to be published on the department's website, and have them included in the department's annual calendar. Photographers can submit as many as 10 images each month up through the 20th of each month. Images will be reviewed by AV staff at the month's final staff meeting, and one entry will be chosen for publication on the AV website starting the first day of each month. All submitted images will be considered for inclusion in the department's annual calendar.
Photographers can submit images for consideration via the Image of the Month Submission Form.
Note: By submitting your images, you are confirming that the images were created by you, and that you are granting permission to Westminster AV Services all publication, display, and usage rights for any purpose whatsoever, without restriction or additional actions of any kind.
Media Hold Service
I love the 'Hold' service offered by AV. It ensures that I can access the videos I need for class on specfic days--I put all the films I need for the semester on Hold at the beginning of the semester and forget about it until I need them. It's great!
- Carol Morrow
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