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RPA-Certified CPE Course Available! Biface Technologies Workshop: July 11, 2019 from 8-5pm ET. For more information, click here: rpanet.org/upcomingcpecourses/biface-technologies-workshop/ ... See MoreSee Less

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The Register of Professional Archaeologists (Register) is calling for nominations for the September elections. The following positions will be on this year’s ballot:

>President-Elect (two-year term – 2020-2022, followed by a two-year term as President 2023-2024)
>Registrar (two-year term – 2020-2022)
>Standards Board (three-year term – 2020 through 2023)
>Standards Board Alternate (three-year term – 2020 through 2023)
>Nominating Committee Chair (one-year term – 2020)
>Nominating Committee At-large Member (one-year term – 2020)

As a Registered Professional Archaeologist (RPA), we are asking for you to nominate candidates for these positions. To do so, please send your nominations to Kimberly M. Smith, RPA 16641, Chair of the Register’s Nominating Committee, at nominating@rpanet.org by 30 June 2019.
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RPA-Certified CPE Course Available! Developing Site Stewardship and Monitoring Programs: November 21, 2019 from 2-3pm ET. For more information, click here: www.saa.org/career-practice/online-seminars ... See MoreSee Less

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RPA Certified Field School Highlight: Greenland National Museum and Archives

Greenland National Museum and Archives is offering a field school in association with the Institute for Field Research (IFR) on the subject of Artic Vikings. This field school is a four-week adventure in a rugged environment that will provide students with a crash course in Arctic Archaeology. Students will learn how to identify sites and features through landscape survey, perform “keyhole” excavations and learn how to document their observations quickly and efficiently. Students will not only learn about archaeological field methods but will have the chance to interact with the local community and gain insight into emerging issues of global climate change impact on cultural resources in the Arctic. For more information visit: ifrglobal.org/program/greenland-arctic-vikings/
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RPA-Certified CPE Course Available! Climate Change and Cultural Resources: September 26, 2019 from 12-2pm ET. For more information, click here:

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RPA 2019 Certified Field School Highlight: Fort Lewis College

Fort Lewis College is offering a field school at Bowthorpe: A Pueblo period site in Southwest Colorado. Field school students gain training and experience in archaeological survey and excavation methods, manual and digital mapping techniques, and artifact recovery and processing. Students also have the opportunity to broaden their knowledge of Southwestern history and prehistory on field trips to significant archaeological sites. For more information visit: www.fortlewis.edu/anthropology/FieldSchool.aspx
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