|Posted by UPAC on January 19, 2016 at 4:15 PM||comments (3)|
Save the date!
The Utah Professional Archaeological Council annual meeting will be held on March 4th & 5th at the Rio Grande in Salt Lake City. We are currently accepting paper and poster abstracts until February 5th, please email Jody Patterson ([email protected]) with submissions. The schedule and agenda are in the works so check back often for more information. Look forward to seeing everyone there!
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|Posted by UPAC on April 13, 2012 at 2:45 AM||comments (0)|
Thanks to everyone who participated in this year's UPACElections- both the candidates and those who voted. The election closed last Sunday and theresults are in:
- UPAC President: Byron Loosle
- VP for Membership and Ethics: Mark Karpsinski
- Treasurer: Gena Huffman
Please welcome them when you have a chance. Our thanks for their willingness to serve.
UPAC [Outgoing] VP for Membership and Ethics
|Posted by UPAC on August 11, 2011 at 3:10 PM||comments (0)|
Dear UPAC members:
Voting for the new members of the Executive Committeeclosed last Friday and the results are in:
-VP Government Affairs and Research: Ken Cannon (USUArchaeological Services)
-Secretary: Heather Weymouth (EPG)
-Newsletter Editor: Kenny Wintch (SITLA)
Please welcome them when you have a chance. Our thanks for their willingness to serve. The contact information for the current officers has been updated.
|Posted by UPAC on February 23, 2011 at 3:06 PM||comments (0)|
The final schedule for this weekend's UPAC Winter Meeting is now posted and will include:
- The BYU Wolf Village site excavation and the SITLA Jackson Flat projects are among the paper topics scheduled to be presented. Other topics include discussion of a Visual Impacts Assessment Method, Digitizing Clear Creek, Promotory Caves, High Altitutde Fremont Sites, and many other papers.
- The UPAC Business Meeting will include a variety of reports and discussions on current events, such as an update on the the Blanding ARPA case (including a BLM law enforcement individual to answer questions) and recent issues associated with Nine Mile Canyon.
- Finally, the BYU Museum of Peoples and Cultures will be hosting an open house reception on Friday evening.
Images from the BYU Museum of Peoples and Cultures.