Arizona Archaeological Council

AAC is now an affiliated society with the RPA!

01/14/2016 08:19 | AAC Admin (Administrator)

To Our Members,

The AAC is now an affiliated society with the Register of Professional Archaeologists (RPA)! This means that the board of directors has passed a resolution to apply for affiliation, and the RPA has approved the AAC based on our bylaws and mission statement. This affiliation confirms that the AAC and its members agree to abide by the RPA Code of Conduct and Standards of Research Performance, which includes a statement on sexual harassment.

As part of this affiliation, all society members who meet the registration requirements of the Register of Professional Archaeologists for the first time, are eligible for an annual registration fee of $75. All society members who are already registered as unaffiliated registrants will be able to take advantage of the $75 annual fee in 2016. This is a savings of $50 from the normal registration rate!

More information can be found at the following links:

https://rpanet.site-ym.com/default.asp?page=CodesandStandards#Code%20of%20Conduct

http://rpanet.org/?page=AffiliatedSocInfo

Thanks!

Comments

  • 01/31/2016 10:10 | Christopher Dore
    Arizona archaeologists have always been at the forefront of our discipline. As an AAC member, and as president-elect of RPA, I encourage you to continue this leadership by registering as a Registered Professional Archaeologist. It's not about what you get, its about how you view yourself within our profession. Will you set your professional standards high and hold your conduct accountable to your peers, clients, and the public? Take advantage of the new AAC/RPA affiliation, save some money, and register as a professional. I'm always happy to answer questions about RPA from my "home team" AAC members. Cheers.
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