The Coalition for Archaeological Synthesis currently boasts sixty institutional partners who share our mission to promote archaeological synthesis to advance science and benefit society. Each partner does important work, and an important function of the Coalition is sharing this work with other partners and associates. One such partner is ROCEEH, the Role of Culture in the Early Expansions of Humans, a project at the Heidelberg Academy of Sciences and Humanities. The project puts out an annual newsletter and you can browse all issues, including the latest one, here. The 2022 issue includes a summary of ROCEEH’s participation in a CfAS workshop held recently in Abidjan and an interesting article from CfAS Associate Andrew Kandel about a unique eyed needle from the Armenian highlands. Check it out! And if your partner organization has a newsletter or other information that you’d like to share, it’s easy to do! Just log in to your account on the CfAS website, and from the members area click “Contribute to the Synthesis Blog.” After you submit your draft, we will edit it as needed and post it to the blog. We hope you’ll take advantage of this mechanism for spreading the word about your contributions to archaeological synthesis with our global community.