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 Archaeology Week/Month Poster Award Minimize

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

Requirements

Submit a cover sheet with contact name, title, mailing address, email, and phone number. Please include written permission to display images of winning posters on the SAAWeb and in the CoAS newsletter.

Send two copies--unfolded and unmounted--of your state poster  to the contact before the deadline below.Please include a digital copy of the poster, which may be emailed.

The 2015 contest will judge posters dating between April 2014 and March 2015.

Deadline for Nomination

March 15,  2015

Contact:

Maureen Malloy
Society for American Archaeology
1111 14th St. NW, Suite 800
Washington, DC 20005-5622
PHONE: (202) 789-8200, ext. 106
FAX: (202) 789-0284
E-MAIL: Maureen_malloy@saa.org

Awardees

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

View a history of the SAA poster contest, resources for creating posters, and a complete archive of Archaeology Week/ Month poster winners dating back to the first contest  held in 1996 here.

2014

1st place - Wyoming

2nd place - Michigan

3rd place - Ohio

2013

1st place - Wyoming

2nd place - Ohio

3rd place - California

2012

1st place - Wyoming

2nd place - Ohio

3rd place - California

2011

1st Place - Wyoming
2nd Place - Oregon
3rd Place - California

2010

1st Place - Washington
2nd Place  - Nevada
3rd Place  - New Mexico

2009

1st Place - Georgia
2nd Place - South Carolina
3rd Place - Minnesota 

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

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