Call for Nominations: C.B. Moore Award
Nominations for the C. B. Moore Award are open. This award is given to a young scholar for excellence in southeastern archaeology and associated studies. A maximum 200-word nomination statement and a CV for nominees should be sent in electronic form to the SEAC immediate past president, Ann M. Early (firstname.lastname@example.org), no later than August 15th, 2014. The award is open to all those who have been conducting southeastern archaeology and completed their Ph.D. within the previous ten years from the date of award. All nominations received will remain active until the eligibility period ends or the nominee is selected. Those who submitted nominations in the past are encouraged to resubmit or update the information.
The award winner will be determined by whichever candidate receives the most votes among a committee consisting of (1) all past C.B. Moore Award winners; (2) all voting members of the SEAC Executive Committee at the time of the election, and (3) one member of the Lower Mississippi Archaeological Survey (LMS), to be appointed by members of that organization. In the event of a tie, each candidate tied for first place will receive the award. In the event a member of the SEAC Executive Committee is a past C.B. Moore Award winner or the designated LMS representative, or both, s/he shall have only one vote.
Call for Nominations: Lifetime Achievement Award
The SEAC award for lifetime achievement consists of a handsome plaque and recognition at the annual business meeting. The award is given to a senior scholar who has made significant and sustained contributions to southeastern archaeology during her/his career. The nomination is in the form of a letter from a person (or persons) who knows the nominee well. A CV should be included if it is not readily available on the internet. Multiple letters of support are both welcomed and encouraged, and may be
in hard-copy or electronic form. The selection committee consists of Ramie Gougeon (chair), George Sabo III (chair in 2015), and Lucretia Kelly (chair in 2016). Please send nominations to Ramie Gougeon, chair of the selection committee, by JUNE 30, 2014.
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