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.
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).
Soils, Sediments and Landscapes play vital roles in understanding and interpreting archaeological contexts. This unique one-day workshop will review the processes of landscape formation, sediment deposition, and pedogenesis, the relationships between the three, and the implications for archaeology.
The morning classroom session will include brief discussions of soil morphological properties and interpretation, soil nomenclature, soil taxonomy, and digital soil mapping. The afternoon field portion of the course will be used for the practical application of concepts discussed in the morning.
Soils, Sediments and Landscapes in Archaeology Workshop Flyer (156.0 KiB)
Soils, Sediments and Landscapes in Archaeology Workshop Registration Form (25.8 KiB)
Request for Proposals
City of New York Landmarks Preservation Commission
Archaeological Guidelines Consultant
The Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) seeks a consultant to work closely with LPC to revise the Guidelines for Archaeological Work in New York City issued by the Commission in 2002 (Appendix B). LPC is responsible for reviewing proposed projects that are subject to Federal, State, and Local environmental review that may affect archaeological resources as well as applications for some sites that are subject to the local Landmarks Law.