The Daniel H. Weiskotten
winner will receive:
A Year's Membership in the New York State Archaeological
To apply for this award. A student must be a New York resident
enrolled in an accredited New York State college or university
undergraduate anthropology or history program. The student applicant
must have completed a minimum of 30 credit hours, be majoring in
anthropology or history and be intending a career in archaeology
(prehistoric, historic, military, industrial or underwater
Applicant Must Provide:
A current college transcript showing a "B" average or
A financial need statement (financial aid verification form from
A letter describing involvement in archaeological projects, a
brief description of financial needs and future plans (stated in
the applicant's own words and writing).
A recommendation from a professional archaeologist.
Application for this award must be postmarked no later than Feb.
Dr. Ellis McDowell-Loudan
It is advised materials be sent earlier in the event the committee
Please send application to:
3 West Academy Street
McGraw, New York 13101
A committee composed of professional and avocational members of the
Beauchamp Chapter will review the applications in March and select
the award recipient.
The award will be announced at the NYSAA annual meeting in April
award for 2013 was given to Madeleine Yakal from SUNY Oneonta and
announced at the 97th annual convention in Watertown, NY.