AWARD OF $750
1 year membership in NYSAA
Administered by the
William M. Beauchamp Chapter of the New York State Archaeological Association
To apply for this award, a student must be a New York state resident enrolled in an accredited New York state college or university undergraduate anthropology or history program. The student applicant must have completed a minimum of 30 credit hours; be majoring in anthropology or history; and be intending to pursue a career in archaeology (prehistoric, historic, military, industrial, underwater archaeology or museology); and have a financial need.
I am writing to let you know that the Master in Public Archaeology (MAPA) program at Binghamton University has a rolling deadline for applications until April 15th. As you may already know, MAPA is a two-year program that trains students to work in non-academic archaeological careers.
The 102nd annual joint conference of the New York State Archaeological Association (NYSAA) and the New York Archaeological Council (NYAC) will be held April 27-29, 2018 at the Comfort Inn and Suites, 6701 Buckley Rd., Syracuse NY. The registration form including tour information and hotel rates and accommodations is available here for download.
2018 Conference Registration Form for NYSAA & NYAC (360.9 KiB)
The Beauchamp and the Finger Lakes chapters are proud to host the 102nd Annual Meeting of the New York State Archaeological Association (NYSAA) and the annual Spring Meeting of the New York Archaeological Council (NYAC).
The New York State Museum is hosting a new series called the Science Café programs which combine a good science-focused mini-lecture with lively dialogue between the presenter and the audience in a more informal and accessible setting (with good food and beverages!).
The next event will be 23 January at 6:00 PM, at The Hollow Bar + Kitchen,
79 N Pearl St, Albany, New York 12207,
and will feature Dr. Jonathan Lothrop, NYSM.