Early Bird Registration for the 2013 AIA/APA Joint Annual Meeting
August 24, 2012
Early Bird Registration for the 2013 AIA and APA Joint Annual Meeting being held January 3-6 in Seattle, Washington is currently open.
Registering by November 16, 2012 will ensure that you receive the discounted Early Bird Registration rates. The registration website will also allow you to sign up for the AIA professional directory, purchase tickets to special events, or give to one of AIA’s programs.
Not yet a member of the AIA? The conference member registration when combined with an Institute membership will cost the same as registering at the non-member conference rate. A non-member conference registration costs $185 verse the member rate of $125—a $60 difference. You can become a member for $60, allowing you to book at the member rate and receive all of the benefits of Institute membership, including the ability to apply for site preservation, publication, and direct excavation funding along with fellowships and grants. In addition, you will receive a complimentary subscription to Archaeology Magazine, published six times a year. New members can save time by becoming a member during their conference registration process by selecting the “new AIA or APA member” category from the list provided. To learn more about the Institute before registering or if you are an existing member wishing to renew or update your membership, please visit our membership page.
If you would like to become a member of the American Philological Association (APA) please visit their website to learn more about the benefits of membership.
You may also register for your hotel room at discountec rates:
Sheraton Seattle Hotel (Official Conference Hotel)
1400 6th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101 USA
Phone: +1 206.621.9000 Fax: +1 206.621.8441
A personalized conference website has been setup by the Sheraton for conference participants to book at the discounted rates. You can book, modify, or cancel a reservation from this site.
In advance of the Institute's 2015 Working Conference for Educators: Building a Strong Future for Archaeological Outreach and Education the AIA is soliciting a series of one-page descriptions of existing archaeological outreach and education programs.
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