Each year the ASV holds an annual meeting, generally in October. Usually held over three days in conjunction with the Council of Virginia Archaeologists (COVA), the meeting has a series of paper presentations, poster sessions, exhibits, a book room, an awards presentation, and a banquet that features a nationally known speaker. Meetings are held in various locations across the state. During the meeting weekend, the ASV conducts a business meeting to propose topics requiring membership approval and to elect officers and board members.
2014 ASV Annual Meeting
The 2014 ASV Annual Meeting will be held from October 10-12 in Richmond, VA. at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel, 1021 Koger Center Boulevard, Richmond, VA 23235, 804-379-3800, hosted by the COL Howard MacCord Chapter of ASV. Register by September 18, 2014 for the $99 plus tax room rate. The registration fee is $45, Student Fee is $25 and the Banquet is $35. Click here for the Annual Meeting Registration Form. Click here for the Agenda.
The banquet speaker will be Dr. Al Luckenbach whose topic will be Pig Point - A Sacred Place Revealed.
2014 ASV Student Paper Competition
The Archeological Society of Virginia (ASV) provides cash prizes to the best student papers presented at the Annual ASV Meeting. Click here for the entry information.
2015 ASV Annual Meeting
The 2015 ASV Annual Meeting will be held from October 16-18 in Manassas, VA. at the Best Western Battlefield Inn, 10820 Balls Ford Road, Manassas, VA 20109 (703-362-8000, hosted by the Northern VA Chapter of ASV. Stay tuned for further developments.
ASV Annual Awards Winners
The ASV presented awards at the Annual Meeting in several categories this year. The categories and the 2011 winners are listed.
Categories of the Awards:
1. The Avocational Archeologist of the Year Award recognizes an individuals outstanding cumulative or within the year contribution to VA archaeology - Charlie Manson
2. The Professional Archeologist of the Year Award recognizes an individuals outstanding cumulative or within the year contribution to VA archaeology - Thane Harpole
3. The Presidents Award recognizes an outstanding contribution to VA archaeology - Shirley and Harry Jaeger
4. The Life-Time Achievement Award is for outstanding service to Virginia archeology - Keith Egloff, Mike Johnson and Randy Turner
5. The Out-of-State Professional Archaeologist Award is for outstanding service to Virginia archeology - Craig Lukezic of Delaware
6. The Past Presidents Award - Patrick O'Neill
Click here to see a list of the recipients of the ASV Awards through 2011.