The AIA-Tucson Society visited an elementary school to teach the next generation of archaeologists about the cultures of the world.
University students gathered to share the results of recent fieldwork with colleagues.
Groups around the US participated in last weekend’s festivities, click through to learn more about their events!
Boulder: Archaeology DayThree speakers (SW, Rome, Maya); artifact displays; information tables for other organizations (Colorado Archaeological Society; Egyptian Study Society; Classics Dept; Anthro Dept; CRM firm[s]; Colorado State Archaeologist; others […]
Central Arizona: Apples + Archaeology Through Apples + Archaeology, the Central Arizona Society places innovative educators from Arizona State University and Paradise Valley Community College in primary and secondary school […]
Denver: International Archaeology Day Student Classics Symposium In conjunction with the University of Colorado, Department of Classics, and the Boulder Society, this statewide event will draw undergraduate and graduate students […]
The University of Cincinnati Department of Classics in cooperation with the Cincinnati Society of the AIA had a banner year with its Outreach program giving over 125 presentations that reached over 3800 people.
Congratulations to the AIA-Milwaukee Society—the winner of the 2012-2013 Best AIA Local Society Program online contest!
As a recipient of the Society Outreach Grant, the AIA-Houston Society hosted a series of events titled “Empires: Encounter the Personalities and Power that Changed History.”
Break up the winter doldrums with an exciting Archaeology lecture this week!