Resources

Society Resources

National Lecture Program Changes FAQ

Starting a New Society

Operational Guidelines

Finance Guide

Society Programs Guide

AIA Logo (download JPEG or PNG)

Want to suggest an edit? Email societies@archaeological.org.

Forms for Society Officers

Apply for a Local Lecture Grant

Submit an Updated List of Society Officers
Be sure to keep the AIA Office up-to-date after elections or if you appoint a new officer.

Society Self-Assessment
Annual assessment conducted at the end of the calendar year.

List an Event on the AIA Website
Use this form to submit your locally organized events.

National Lecture Program Forms

Society Questionnaire

Title and Venue Form

Pre-Lecture Form: Societies

Lecture Follow-up Form: Societies

National Lecture Program PowerPoint Slides

Introductory Slides for Lecturers and Societies

“Lecture Recorded” Slide

“Recording Prohibited” Slide

Special Lecture Slides

Accessing Society Rosters

You can download your Society roster at any time. To do so, first, log into our website. Then, go to the list of Societies, and go to your Society’s page. To the right of the Society Contact information, you will see a box with your Society’s name, your name, and a link that says “Download Roster.” Click on this link, and the roster will be downloaded in Excel format. Only Society Officers who are logged in and associated with your Society will be able to download the roster. If you have any questions, please contact Sarah Smith.

Local Events

The AIA website is designed to promote your local events.  Please keep us up-to-date on what’s happening in your Society. You can list your own event (log in or create an account first to be able to edit later) and see what’s going on in your area.

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