Society News

Update from Society Outreach Grant Winner: AIA Nashville Society

April 5, 2023

Image: Bonnie M. Seymour, Registrar and Curator at the Nashville Parthenon, and Charles Googe, President of the Tennessee Association of Museums, at the 2023 TAM Conference Awards Ceremony (Courtesy of […]

Niagara Peninsula Society wins 2023 Lecture Flyer Award

February 20, 2023

At this year’s Society Breakfast event held on January 6, the Niagara Peninsula Society was honored with the 2023 Lecture Flyer Award. Society President R. Angus K. Smith and Society […]

Spotlighting the Southwest Texas Society

February 20, 2023

Image: Late Classic Polychrome Vase from Buenavista del Cayo, Belize (Courtesy of Jason Yaeger) The Southwest Texas Archaeological Society (San Antonio) has an active agenda planned for 2023. M. Kathryn Brown, […]

Member Spotlight: Brian I. Daniels

February 15, 2023

This month, we’re delighted to spotlight Dr. Brian I. Daniels. Brian was recently elected as First Vice President of the Archeological Institute of America. That means he’ll become the next […]

Member Spotlight: Elizabeth S. Greene

January 31, 2023

Photo: Liz examining a bowl from the shipwreck at Pabuç Burnu, Turkey.  This month, we’re delighted to spotlight Dr. Elizabeth S. Greene. Liz was recently elected as President of the […]

Spotlighting the Narragansett Society

January 31, 2023

The Narragansett (Providence) Society celebrated International Archaeology Day 2022 by hosting its popular Community Archaeology Day for the first time since 2019. Anna Soifer, President of the Society, shares a […]

Spotlighting the Western Massachusetts Society

December 9, 2022

The Western Massachusetts Society kicked off the 2022/2023 season strong! They hosted one of their most well attended National Lectures ever in September, and followed that up with their first […]

Learning Archaeological Skills at a Young Age

December 5, 2022

Over the past year, we’ve heard about a few of the exciting ways Dr. Dawn Cox, Public Education Liaison for the Los Angeles Society, has incorporated archaeology into her classroom. […]

Member Spotlight: Laetitia La Follette

December 5, 2022

Photo: President Laetitia La Follette on the Sea Cloud II This month, we’re excited to spotlight Dr. Laetitia La Follette. Laetitia is the President of the Archeological Institute of America. […]

Spotlighting the Central Pennsylvania Society

November 16, 2022

The Central Pennsylvania (University Park) Society is off to a great start for the 2022/2023 season! Ann E. Killebrew, President of the Society, shares an update with us below. “With […]

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