Society News

“5000 Years of Iranian Engineering” with AIA-Stanford

November 21, 2016

The AIA-Stanford Society and the Stanford Persian Student Association premiered the documentary and book release, “5000 Years of Iranian Engineering”.

Archaeology Day from the Ground Up

November 18, 2016

International Archaeology Day in Ottawa included an Archaeology Fair for school age children, reflections from field school, and a lecture by Professor Thomas Chondros.

International Archaeology Day and California Archaeology Month Expo

November 16, 2016

The AIA-Riverside Society & Riverside County Parks celebrated IAD with 28 exhibitors from academic, government, and private organizations.  

“Rome and its Legions” Event Enthuses the Spokane Area

October 31, 2016

The AIA-Spokane Society brought Roman reenactors to Spokane as part of the “Roman Myth and Mythmaking” exhibition.

Orange County Hears about Egypt from Experts and Newcomer

October 28, 2016

AIA-Orange County Society, American Research Center in Egypt-Orange County Chapter, and the Bowers Museum collaborated for an International Archaeology Day event.

AIA-Southwest Texas Society Reaches 1,416 Students during 2015-16 School Year

June 30, 2016

An AIA Society Outreach Grant funded the Society’s initiative to bring archaeology to the classrooms of ten San Antonio area Title I schools.

Spring 2016 Society Outreach Grant Winners

June 1, 2016

Six societies were awarded Society Outreach Grants in the Spring of 2016.

Rockford Society Celebrates 300th Lecture

April 20, 2016

The AIA-Rockford Society celebrated their 300th lecture on April 19.

Fall 2015 Society Outreach Grant Winners

January 11, 2016

Four societies received grants in the fall funding cycle.

The AIA-Tucson Hosts “As the Wheel Turns” Colloquium

December 11, 2015

The AIA-Tucson Society hosted a colloquium featuring lectures, demonstrations of wheel-throwing, and displays of Mediterranean ceramics.

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