Society News

IAD in Cleveland, Ohio

October 22, 2018

Over 1,400 people joined the AIA-Cleveland Society to celebrate IAD 2018 at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History.

Spring 2018 Society Outreach Grant Winners

April 30, 2018

Eight societies were awarded Society Outreach Grants in the Spring of 2018.

AIA-Spokane Society Hosts “Archaeology and the Humanities” for IAD

January 23, 2018

The AIA-Spokane Society, in conjunction with Gonzaga University, co-hosted a day-long conference, “Archaeology and the Humanities,” on International Archaeology Day.

AIA-St. Louis Celebrates IAD at Historic House

January 23, 2018

The AIA-St. Louis Society had a steady crowd of members and the public at their International Archaeology Day celebration held at the Thomas Sappington House Museum site in October.

StoryMapping World Archaeology at Benchley-Weinberger Elementary

November 27, 2017

Rather than having just one day for International Archaeology Day, elementary school students in San Diego, California held a week-long workshop.

St. Louis Society Participates in Eclipse Festivities

August 25, 2017

The AIA-St. Louis Society held their first meeting of Fall 2017 during the solar eclipse at a highly significant rock art site.

Spring 2017 Society Outreach Grant Winners

June 1, 2017

Four societies were awarded Society Outreach Grants in the Spring of 2017.

AIA-Jacksonville Develops Series of Multi-Media Presentations

May 5, 2017

The AIA-Jacksonville Society is developing a series of presentations about their society using multi-media materials across the city of Jacksonville.

AIA-Greensboro Presents Archaeology in the Triad for All Ages

May 3, 2017

The AIA-Greensboro Society held a lively event last November exploring Archaeology in the Triad at the David and Rachel Caldwell Historic Site in Greensboro, North Carolina.

Presentations on Cultural Heritage Preservation with the AIA-Minnesota Society

April 25, 2017

For International Archaeology Day 2016, the AIA-Minnesota Society hosted a lecture and student poster presentations on cultural heritage preservation.

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