The Southeast Archeological Center was created to provide the best archeological and collections management assistance possible to national parks and partners located in the Southeast Region of the National Park Service. SEAC conducts and disseminates anthropological research and interpretation based on cutting edge, multidisciplinary methods, technologies, and science. The center also performs archeological research, promoting education and outreach, provides collections and information management services, and offers technical support for national park units located in the Southeast Region. Additionally, the Southeast Archeological Center helps carry out the Secretary of the Interior’s responsibilities to other agencies for cultural resources compliance, archeological site stabilization, resource planning, and public education and outreach. Several archeologists, a museum specialist, a curator, and support staff work together to help keep the center running and to provide the necessary support needed across the region. For more information about the Southeast Archeological Center, check out its website.