Society News

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.

AIA-Jacksonville Society Completes Public Field School

December 9, 2015

The Mission Santa Cruz de Guadalquini came alive after more than 300 years, when the AIA-Jacksonville Society public field school began its operation on June 15.

AIA-Gainesville Society Celebrates Archaeology Day

December 2, 2015

The AIA-Gainesville Society celebrated International Archaeology Day at a new exhibit opening at the Florida Museum of Natural History, and by hosting two related lectures on the archaeology and history of St. Augustine.

St. Louis IAD Celebration Welcomed Crowd with Military Artifacts

November 20, 2015

Artifacts, living historians, and hands-on study made for a successful event.

Archaeology Expo in Riverside, California Draws Crowds on IAD

November 20, 2015

Over 475 people visited 25 exhibits held by local AIA Society and Parks Department.

Visitors to AIA-East Tennessee Society’s IAD Event Proved They Really Dig Archaeology

November 20, 2015

450 people attended fair full of hands-on activities, educational booths, and general fun.

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