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SAA Awards

State Archaeology Week Poster Award

Presented to the state or community whose poster in honor of archaeology week best exemplifies the vibrant role played by the study of archaeology within the community.

Requirements


To enter the contest please complete the steps below by April 1, 2009:

  1. Cover sheet with contact name, title, mailing address, email, and phone number. Information must be typed and printed out on a white 81/2 x 11 inch piece of paper. Please include written permission to display images of the winning posters on the SAAweb and in the annual newsletter of the SAA Council of Affiliated Societies.
  2. Two copies of state poster. Posters must be clean, unmounted, and unfolded. Mail two copies of your state archaeology week or month poster that was produced between May 2008 and March 2009 to the contact before the deadline.
  3. Email a digital copy of the poster to Maureen Malloy.

All posters produced between May 2008 and April 2009 that we receive by the April 1 deadline will be displayed at the meeting.

Deadline for Nomination

April 1, 2009

Contact

Maureen Malloy
Society for American Archaeology
900 Second St NE #12
Washington, DC 20002

PHONE: (202) 789-8200
FAX: (202) 789-0284

Awardees

View this year’s poster competition winners here
View previous award-winning posters here

2008 1st Place — Alaska
2nd Place — Wyoming
3rd Place — Oregon
2007 1st Place — Arizona
2nd Place — Wyoming
3rd Place — Alaska
2006 1st Place — Wyoming
2nd Place — Alaska
3rd Place (tie) — Louisiana, Maryland, Missouri, & Vermont
2005 1st Place — Wyoming
2nd Place — Georgia
3rd Place — California
2004 1st Place — New Mexico
2nd Place — Washington State
3rd Place — Wyoming
2003 1st Place — Nevada
2nd Place — Wyoming
3rd Place — California & Iowa
2002 1st Place — Wyoming
2nd Place — Maryland
3rd Place — Iowa
2001 1st place — Wyoming
2nd place — California
3rd place — Texas
2000 1st place — Virginia
2nd place — Colorado
3rd place — Wyoming
1999 1st place — Wyoming
2nd place — Missouri
3rd place — Maryland
1998 1st place — Wyoming
2nd place — Utah
3rd place — Massachusetts
1997 1st place — Tennessee
2nd place — Colorado
3rd place — Louisiana
1996 New Mexico