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  • Popplestone, Ann
    ... From: Nancy Wilkie [SMTP:nwilkie@CARLETON.EDU] Sent: Wednesday, November 03, 1999 11:45 AM To:
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 4, 1999
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      From: Nancy Wilkie [SMTP:nwilkie@...]
      Sent: Wednesday, November 03, 1999 11:45 AM
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      Subject: AIA Executive Director Search

      ******************** Executive Director ****************************
      ************** Archaeological Institute of America

      The Archaeological Institute of America invites applications and nominations
      for the position of Executive Director.
      The Archaeological Institute of America was founded in 1879 to promote
      archaeological research and publication. Today, the AIA also places a
      strong emphasis on public outreach and education and has over11,000 members,
      both professional and avocational, in more than 100 Societies in the United
      States and Canada. Through its National Lecture Program, the AIA provides
      over 270 lectures by distinguished archaeologists each year to the local
      societies, and helps organize Regional Symposia and other outreach programs.
      The AIA supports scholarly research though fellowships, and its Annual
      Meeting provides a forum for archaeologists and others to present the
      results of their latest work. Scholarly publications of the AIA include the
      American Journal of Archaeology, as well as monographs and colloquia
      proceedings. Archaeology magazine, with a circulation of 215,000, is
      designed for a broad readership, while DIG, Archaeology's new children's
      magazine, focuses on 8-12 year olds.
      The Executive Director of the AIA is the chief operating officer of the
      Institute, reporting directly to the President. The Executive Director is
      responsible for the daily operations of the Institute, including, but not
      limited to, the administration of the national office, the supervision of
      finances and administration, the preparation and implementation of the
      annual budget, oversight of development activities, and coordination of the
      activities of the Governing Board, its committees, the local societies, and
      the AIA staff.
      Applicants should have strong interest, if not background, in archaeology,
      experience in personnel administration and financial management, preferably
      of non-profit organizations, and the ability to work effectively with a
      diverse group of members, volunteers, and staff. For further information on
      the AIA, see our Web site at: www.archaeological.org
      <http://www.archaeological.org> .
      The Search Committee will begin its screening procedures in mid-November.
      Please direct confidential inquiries and applications to:

      Professor Nancy C. Wilkie
      Chair, Search Committee
      Classics Department
      One North College Street
      Northfield, MN 55057

      Email: nwilkie@... <mailto:nwilkie@...>

      Nancy C. Wilkie nwilkie@... <mailto:nwilkie@...>

      One North College Street Phone: 507-646-4231
      Carleton College FAX: 507-646-4223
      Northfield, MN 55057 Secretary: 507-646-4232

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