But there will be a meeting of the SAS at the SAA to discuss issues.
Society for Archaeological Sciences Meeting
at the SAA 75th Anniversary Meeting St. Louis, Missouri April 15, 2010
Renaissance Grand St. Louis, Landmark Ballroom (6 R)
Members of the Society for Archaeological Sciences are cordially invited to attend a meeting during the SAA in St. Louis, on Thursday April 15th, between 5-6 PM at the Renaissance Grand St. Louis (R), Landmark Ballroom (6 R), Level 1.
The agenda will include a discussion of future plans for the society and welcoming of Dr. Michael Gregg as our new Vice President for Membership Development.
The SAS is sponsoring an all day symposium on April 15th, on:
The Taphonomy of Archaeological Residues (Part I) and
Current Applications of Residue Analysis to Archaeological Questions (Part II),
organized by Maria Raviele, having Hanneke Hoekman-Sites as Chair. Room: 232 (AC) Time: 8:00 AM–9:45 AM and 1:00 PM–4:00 PM.
On April 16th, SAS is supporting:
Archaeological Science 2010: PART I and II,a poster session running all day, organized by Christopher Wolff, Javier Iñañez and Jeff Speakman, having Andrew Boehm as Chair, Exhibit Hall 1 (AC), 9:00 AM–11:00 AM and 3:00 PM–5:00 PM.
SAS will acknowledge an outstanding student poster for its innovative contribution in the use of scientific technologies to archaeological research by granting the R. E. Taylor Award, consisting of 100 US dollars and a one-year subscription to the SAS Bulletin.
Image from Science.