The WDHOF/Cecelia Connelly Memorial Scholarship in Underwater Archaeology

Due by November 15, apply today.

A $1,500 scholarship will be awarded to a deserving woman undergraduate or graduate student enrolled in an accredited course of study in the field of Underwater Archaeology. The scholarship is intended to assist with college tuition/fees or field study costs and is open to candidates worldwide. Undergraduate students are required to have an overall GPA of 2.5 or better, graduate students a 3.0 or better, and must be in good standing with their academic institutions. First year graduate students may submit verification of a minimum overall GPA of 2.5 from their final year as an undergraduate. There is no applicant age limit.

RFQ: Underwater Blueway Trail Pilot Project

Village of Lake George: New York State Underwater Blueway Trail Pilot Project
Request for Qualifications Announcement (RFQ)
The Village of Lake George, on behalf of the Village of Freeport and the Cities of Dunkirk, Geneva, Oswego, and Plattsburgh, (“the Participating Communities”), is developing a pilot project to create the New York State Underwater Blueway Trail, with funds provided under Title 11 of the Environmental Protection Fund through New York State Department of State.

The Village is soliciting proposals from qualified consultants and/or individuals to provide professional project management and consulting services to oversee and coordinate the activities of the Participating Communities in executing the workplan associated with this project.

A pre-submission meeting will be held in the offices of the Village of Lake George at 11:00 am on Friday, October 26th, 2012, at which time a review of the project will be conducted, followed by a question and answer session.

The Request for Qualifications which includes the scope of work and instructions for submission, as well as the text of the work program, can be obtained from the Lake George Village Clerk.

Proposals must be received by 12:00 noon on Friday, November 9th, 2012.

The Alfred H. Howell Endowed Chair in History and Archaeology

The Faculty of Arts and Sciences at the American University of Beirut seeks an established scholar of prominent standing in his/her field of specialization for visiting appointment to the Alfred H. Howell Endowed Chair in History and Archaeology.

In History, the applicant will be a recognized senior academic specializing either in classical Islamic history or in the modern history of the Middle East in such areas, for example, as legal history and jurisprudence or in socio-economic, intellectual and cultural studies. In Archaeology, the applicant will be an acknowledged senior academic specializing in areas not currently covered by the department, including Egyptology, the archaeology of Mesopotamia and/ or Iran, the archaeology of pre-Islamic Arabia and the Gulf, Islamic, environmental or marine archaeology. Applicants who have experience in teaching archaeological methodology and theory are particularly welcome.

In addition to the normal functions associated with the occupancy of a Chair at AUB, candidates are expected to teach two undergraduate or graduate courses per semester, supervise student research and MA or, in the case of History, PhD theses. The language of instruction is English. The period of visiting appointment is one to two years. The appointment is to begin on September 1, 2013.

Closes November 15, 2012.

14 September 2012

1) Assistant Professor of History, Princeton, closes November 1

History of post-1500 Islamic North Africa and the Mediterranean.  The field of specialization is open; candidates with interests in political, military, maritime, social, economic, cultural, religious, and gender history are welcome to apply.

2) Accounts and Administrative Assistant, Hampshire & Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology, closes 16 September

3) Museum Curator, Navy Museums Northwest, closes 19 September

This position is located in the Navy Museums Northwest, Museum and Collections Division, Naval History and Heritage Command. As a Museum Curator, you will ultimately be responsible for planning, developing, and implementing the curatorial programs of the Puget Sound Navy Museum in Bremerton, WA.

Marine Geophysics Asst./Maritime Project Officer, Headland Archaeology

Headland Archaeology would like to strengthen its Marine team with the appointment of either a Marine Geophysics Assistant or Marine Project Officer depending on skills and experience. We have a growing reputation for a high quality service and, with increasing demand particularly in the offshore renewable’s sector, we are looking for someone to complement our current marine-based capacity.

Closes September 28, Apply Today.

Headland Archaeology.