David Gill to Receive the 2012 AIA Outstanding Public Service Award

15 Jun 2011 12:37 PM | Anonymous

I am extremely honoured to learn that I have been selected to be the 2012 recipient of the Archaeological Institute of America’s (AIA) Outstanding Public Service Award.                                                     

The criteria for the award are:                                         
  The Outstanding Public Service Award recognizes exceptional             
  contributions that promote public understanding of, interest in, and    
  support for archaeology and the preservation of the archaeological      
  record.      

                                                           
The award recognizes my "ongoing efforts to educate both professional archaeologists and the public at large on the threats posed by the        
international antiquities trade".                                         

I would like to acknowledge the contribution of my research colleagues Dr. Christopher Chippindale and Christos Tsirogiannis. 

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