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Enter The Register's 2019 Photo Contest!
Grand prize of $500.00!

Complimentary dues for 2020 will be awarded to every photo contest participant who submits one complete entry by the May 14th deadline that meets the guidelines.
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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:

www.saa.org/career-practice/online-seminars/seminar-details/2019/09/26/seminars/international-her...
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Highlights from the Register of Professional Archaeologists' booth at #SAA2019: Congrats to RPAs Margaret Conkey and Patricia Markert for their outstanding contributions! ... See MoreSee Less

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Come visit The Register's booth at the SAA Annual Meeting in Albuquerque this week! #saa2019 ... See MoreSee Less

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RPA 2019 Certified Field School Highlight: University of Calgary

University of Calgary is offering a field school on Maya Archaeology in Belize. The university International Programs website says: The Maya Archaeology in Belize Field Program represents an excellent opportunity for archaeology and anthropology students to develop or extend their field experience through practice in archaeological field techniques within a working archaeological site. Students will be integrated into the on-going research of the Stann Creek Regional Archaeology Project (SCRAP); a unique chance to meet and work alongside associated investigators while experiencing a Maya site before large-scale excavations and restoration have taken place. Along with instruction and practice in field procedures and techniques, this program will involve in-field lectures and field trips to Maya archaeological sites and other attractions in the region. For more information on the archaeology program visit the project website at: antharky.ucalgary.ca/field-schools
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