Congratulations to Seymour Bandes of the Long Island Society and Alison Futrell of the Society of Tucson and Southern Arizona, the recipients of this year's AIA Foot Soldier Award.
The AIA is pleased to announce that 2012 set a new attendance record for its Annual Meeting, with 3,200 registrants!
This morning the Cultural Heritage by AIA-Military Panel (CHAMP) Workshop discussed aspects of cultural heritage preservation during humanitarian and political upheaval taking place across the globe.
The Awards Ceremony of the 113th AIA Annual Meeting took place on Friday, January 6. Read about the honored recipients at http://aia.archaeological.org/webinfo.php?page=10177
More than 60 exhibitors have prepared their booth displays in the Exhibition Hall of the Philadelphia Downtown Marriott in conjunction with the AIA's Annual Meeting.
Professor McGovern's Annual Meeting Public Lecture "Uncorking the Past: Ancient Ales, Wines, and Extreme Beverages" a Huge Success
The AIA President's Reception kicked off the 113th Annual Meeting of the AIA on Wednesday evening, January 4 at the Philadelphia Downtown Marriott Hotel.
The 113th AIA/APA Joint Annual Meeting is almost here! From January 5-8, we will convene in Philadelphia for our premiere academic event.
Nationwide Insurance® and the Archaeological Institute of America are pleased to announce a long term relationship that could save Archaeological Institute of America members money on their auto insurance.
The Pennsylvania Classical Association will offer Pennsylvania Act 48 credits for primary and secondary school teachers attending the AIA/APA annual meeting.
AIA President Elizabeth Bartman presents the new AIA Vision Statement.
The 2014 BP Award goes to the California Archaeological Site Stewardship Program for its grassroots efforts to train local communities in the preservation of archaeological sites.
The Chicago Hyatt Regency Hotel has graciously extended the discounted AM room rate until December 17, 2013!