Consider serving on the Great Basin Anthropological Association Board of Directors (GBAA). In 2020, GBAA will be seating four new Board members, including the President, Vice-President, Secretary and Member at Large positions. Please serve the GBAA by submitting a brief letter of interest indicating what position(s) you are interested in and why you want to serve. Elections will be held at the 2020 GBAC in Las Vegas, NV. Please submit your letter of interest to:F. Kirk Halford, GBAA President, at: firstname.lastname@example.org OR email@example.com mail to:F. Kirk HalfordDeputy Preservation Officer/State ArchaeologistBureau of Land Management, Idaho State Office1387 S Vinnell WayBoise, ID 83709 For details on the GBAA, please visit: https://greatbasinanthropologicalassociation.org/about-gbaa/
The Great Basin Anthropological Conference was organized by Jesse D. Jennings, James Bennyhoff, Robert Heizer and Alex Krieger in 1953 and the first meeting held at Gila Pueblo in Globe, Arizona in 1954. From its founding, the Conference has grown to the respectable 500-600 member Great Basin Anthropology Association that you see today, an organization filled with many exceptional individuals of local, national, and international renown. We are now accepting nominations for the 2020 Founders Lifetime Achievement Awards, which recognize the exceptional contributions of members that have participated for more than 20 years in the development of Great Basin Anthropology. Contributions can be through research and publications and through distinguished service that improves education, communication, and interaction between individuals, groups, and various state, federal, and local agencies. Nominees must have a publication record of major contributions and/or a record of distinguished service. The service and research contributions of a nominee may be in the fields of archaeology, biological anthropology, cultural anthropology, and/or linguistics: or in ancillary disciplines of the earth, biological, or social sciences, so long as these have contributed the anthropological study of the peoples and cultures of the Great Basin. A Founders Awards Committee will review nominations for…
GBAC Opening Reception November 7, 2018 Location: Natural History Museum of Utah (Swaner Forum), 301 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City, UT 84108 Time: 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM Cost: $10 for admission (which includes museum access, a commemorative pint glass, 3 free drink tickets and free food catered by the Museum Café) How to get there: Ride the LeBus shuttle from the Sheraton Hotel (no charge). The bus will depart from the hotel to the museum and back about every 30 minutes. If you want to get there early, the first bus leaves around 4:30 PM. The last bus back to the hotel leaves at 9:30 PM. What you will see at the Museum: Go to NHMU Website Registration: Once you have registered for the conference, there is no special RSVP for this reception. Register Online: for the conference HERE. Onsite Registration will be available at the Opening Reception from 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM and at the Sheraton Hotel beginning at 7:30 AM on November 8th.
Volunteer for five hours at the GBAC and get free registration (a savings of $75). To sign up, call Michelle Knoll at 801-581-3876 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org