We are now offering merchandise for the Rocky Mountain Anthropological Association. Your purchase will be used to provide student travel assistance for our October 5-8, 2023 conference in Laramie, Wyoming, and free registration for students presenting at the conference. Visit: https://www.bonfire.com/store/rmaa-merchandise/ to make your purchase.
Ancient Hunters Used High Alpine Driveline
(Craig Lee 2023)
At the 2022 annual meeting of the RMAA, the Board of Directors approved an update to Article 1.1 of the Bylaws regarding the use of funds for student assistance, grants, and similar purposes. The updated Bylaws can be downloaded here.
The Rocky Mountain Anthropological Association and the archaeological community throughout the region has lost a valued friend and colleague with the passing of eminent archaeologist Mary Lou Larson [Mary Larson Obituary (1954 - 2022) - Casper Star Tribune]. Her service on the RMAA Board of Directors was but a tiny fraction of her immense contributions to our professional community. We extend our sincere condolences to her husband Marcel Kornfeld and other family members, as she lives in our fond memories.
For over 50 years, Ken Pierce was a leading and humble contributor to what we know about Yellowstone. Read Science with eyes wide open: A tribute to Ken Pierce