Society Awards

Foot Soldier Award

Archaeological Institute of America


2010 Foot Soldier Award Winner Fred Truckenbrodt

Deadline: November 10, 2019

Dedicated members who provide years of service in multiple capacities at the Local Society level are the backbone of the AIA societies. These hardworking members serve as officers and are involved in every aspect of their society, donating an incredible amount of time and expertise to keep their societies vibrant. This award recognizes these important contributions made at the local level; invaluable because without viable local societies, much of the AIA’s mission (such as our outreach to the public) would not be possible. This award is open to any AIA member of a local society who is nominated by their society.

Nomination Process

Nominations in the form of a letter detailing the nominee’s qualification can be sent to Meredith Langlitz. Nominations are due in the fall.

Recipients


2019

Nancy Winter, Santa Barbara Society


2018

Lucinda Conger, Washington DC Society


2017

Jesse & Naomi Taub, Long Island Society


2016

Heather Loube, AIA Ottawa Society


2015

Helen Brown, AIA Niagara Peninsula Society


2014

Connie Rodriguez, AIA New Orleans Society


2013

Meg Morden, AIA Toronto Society


2012

Seymour Bandes, AIA Long Island Society, and Alison Futrell, AIA Tucson Society


2011

Hélène Case, AIA Rochester Society


2010

Fred Truckenbrodt, AIA Niagara Peninsula Society


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