The Anatolian Archaeology Interest Group consists of AIA members with an interest in the archaeology of Anatolia, and in promoting its understanding to members of the AIA and the general […]
The Digital Archaeology Interest Group consists of AIA members with an interest in the use of digital technologies in archaeological fieldwork, analysis, and scholarly communications and in promoting greater understanding […]
In keeping with the Code of Ethics of the AIA, which emphasizes the need for archaeologists to publish the results of their field research, the Anna Marguerite McCann Award for […]
The Archaeology of the Maghrib Interest Group (AMIG) consists of AIA members with an interest in the archaeology of North Africa of all periods from the prehistoric to the medieval, […]
The Committee, consisting of the Officers of the Institute, periodically reviews the personnel management policies of the Institute. Terms run from the date of Council at the start year to […]
The Committee advances the outreach goals of the AIA and promotes educational programs about archaeology for adults and youth, including K-12 students. The Committee seeks to increase awareness of the […]
The Museum and Exhibitions Committee consists of AIA members with an interest in museums and exhibitions and their relationship to archaeology, and in promoting communication between the art museum and […]
The Committee for the AIA Pomerance Award for Scientific Contributions to Archaeology invites nominations for this annual award (where it is agreed there are candidates of sufficient merit). Eligibility is […]
The Committee shall recommend each year to the Governing Board a candidate for the Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award. The Committee’s nominee should be the person whom the Committee, in […]
The Committee administers the research grants program of the Archaeological Institute of America (AIA). Grants are made from endowments and other funds dedicated to archaeological research, except for the Site […]
Because of its function, the Nominating Committee falls outside the standard committee oversight practices of the Institute. Members of the Nominating Committee are responsible for seeking viable candidates for Trustee […]
The Committee is charged with overseeing and supporting the national and international AIA Societies both chartered and in formation. It reviews the Institute’s programs and benefits for Societies and makes […]
The Committee has broad responsibilities for organizing the academic program for the Annual Meeting of the Institute. This includes selecting papers, colloquia, posters and workshops; and determining the format and […]
The Committee on Research and Academic Affairs aims to promote the health and vibrancy of the discipline of archaeology in research and higher education. It will support, advocate for, and […]
The Committee reviews applications for the AIA Publication Subvention Program and for the Samuel H. Kress Grants for Research and Publication in Classical Art and Architecture (both with November 1st […]
Each year, the Subcommittee shall recommend to the Executive Committee one nomination for the Joukowsky Distinguished Service Award. The nominee should be the person whom the Subcommittee, in its collective […]
The Committee is responsible for approving, editing, and recommending for publication fascicles of the CVA on vases in the United States.
This Subcommittee will review applications and select the recipients of the Jane C. Waldbaum Field School Scholarship, in accordance with guidelines determined by the Subcommittee.
Each year, the James R. Wiseman Book Award Committee will recommend, in time for presentation of the award at the Annual Meeting of the Institute, the academic work on an […]
The Committee is charged each year to recommend to the Governing Board a candidate for the Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement.