Archaeological Society of New Mexico
RICHARD A. BICE AWARD FOR ARCHAEOLOGICAL ACHIEVEMENT
The Richard A. Bice Archaeological Achievement Award recognizes individuals who have made significant and sustained contributions to their local archaeological society/organization or individuals who have made significant contributions to advance the ASNM goals of documenting, preserving, and protecting the archaeological heritage of New Mexico.
Each year the Archaeological Society of New Mexico (ASNM) Board of Trustees invites its affiliated societies/organizations to identify members worthy of this recognition by submitting a Richard A. Bice Archaeological Achievement Award nomination. Nominees do not have to be professional archaeologists. ASNM asks affiliates to submit only one nomination per year although a second nomination may be submitted in exceptional situations.
The ASNM Board of Trustees will review the nominations and select individuals to receive a Bice Archaeological Achievement Award at its winter Board meeting. Recipients will be notified of their selection and invited to attend the Saturday evening banquet at the ASNM annual meeting where they will receive a plaque recognizing their achievement.
Bice Award Nomination Deadline: January 15, 2021
Questions?: Email Bice@newmexico-archaeology.org
Nomination form – click here to fill out the nomination form and send it.