At its peak, Teotihuacan was home to more than 80,000 people.
Funding is critical for the maintenance and growth of the ASU Teotihuacan Laboratory. While individual research projects typically obtain their own external funding, we have established an endowment to provide for the facility itself.
We are looking for funds to:
- maintain the physical facilities,
- support the operating costs of the lab,
- provide scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students, and
- support individual ASU research projects at the site.
We also need to raise funds for an urgently needed expansion of our storage capacity. Our shelves are just about full of artifact boxes, and fieldwork continues to bring in more artifacts.
If you are interested in supporting the vision of the ASU Teotihuacan Research Laboratory, please consider giving to the Teotihuacan Research Laboratory Endowment.
For more information, contact professor Michael E. Smith in the School of Human Evolution and Social Change.