Rob Sternberg, Professor Emeritus, Department of Earth and Environment, Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster, Pennsylvania  17604-3003, USA; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Rob Sternberg is a retired Professor of Geosciences in the Department of Earth and Environment, a liberal arts college in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. His main research interests related to archaeometry are archaeomagnetic secular variation, archaeomagnetic dating, archaeological paleointensities, field magnetometry, and magnetic properties of obsidians. He has worked in the field in the U.S. Southwest, Israel, Greece, Jamaica, and Italy. He has served the SAS in many capacities: meetings calendar associate editor; treasurer; Bulletin editor; president; and most recently General Secretary. In his retiree spare time, he enjoys meal planning/shopping/cooking, reading the NY Review of Books and contemporary fiction, watching independent and foreign films, doing NY Times crosswords, pitch and putt golf, traveling, complaining about politics, watching baseball (Yankees, Phillies) and cricket.

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