We are pleased to announce that professional development training by USACE has been added to this year’s Spring CTA meeting and will occur on the afternoon of Friday, April 6th. This training will be lead by representatives from three USACE districts: Mr. Jerry Androy (Galveston), Mr. Jimmy Barrera (Fort Worth), and Mr. Chris Parrish (Albuquerque). The training will cover the basics regarding the treatment of adverse effects and will be especially beneficial to early career archeologists and staff.
To recap, the main schedule for this year’s CTA meeting is as follows:
April 5th: Curation Training Part II (space is limited, please email CTA president, Jon Lohse, to register)
April 6th: CTA Spring meeting at the LCRA Redbud Trail Facility, Austin, followed by USACE professional development training.
**As a friendly reminder, you must be a current CTA member to participate in Curation Training Part II and the professional development training offered by USACE.**
Please stay tuned for more details.
A message from the CTA Newsletter Editor, Tina Nielsen:
I will be compiling the spring newsletter later this month, so now is the time to submit any articles you would like to share with the other CTA members. Also, feel free to submit photos from CTA events/meetings, archaeology conferences, interesting field projects, field schools, etc. with a short blurb below with the who, what, where, and when for the CTA photo page.
The deadline for newsletter submissions will be WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 2018. Please submit all your entries to me by that date, or let me know if you need an extra day or two so I can anticipate your submission. As a friendly reminder, you need to be a current member to submit, so don’t forget to pay your membership dues!
Please see the below poster and this page for more information.
TARL is hiring two part-time positions for a year to help digitize and create a searchable database of the WPA Highland Lakes records. Students from any university are welcome to apply:
Curatorial Technician: Graduate student or upper division undergraduate experienced in archeological investigations including laboratory experience. Candidates must have experience with Excel spreadsheets. Excellent computer skills to include databases, spreadsheets, and graphics software considered a plus. Position will be for 19 hrs/week at a rate of $13/hr.
Student Assistant: Student with a minimum of upper division status in an undergraduate program with experience in archeological investigations including laboratory experience. Candidates must have experience with Excel spreadsheets. Excellent computer skills to include databases, spreadsheets, and graphics software considered a plus. Position will be for 10 hrs/week at a rate of $11/hr.
Please submit a cover letter and resume either by snail mail to the address below and by email to: email@example.com.
Coastal Environments, Inc. is hiring a staff archeologist for their Corpus Christi office. Please click this post for an active link to the job posting.
CEI Job Posting
Dear CTA members,
It’s that time of year. Head over to the “Become a Member” page for an updated membership form and link to pay through Square. Please note the updated membership categories/fees as approved by the membership during the Spring 2017 CTA meeting.
Have questions? Contact CTA Treasurer, Julie Shipp, at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Members, please see the below message from Dr. Selden:
The National Forests and Grasslands in Texas and the Center for Regional Heritage Research would like to invite you to participate in a large public archaeology/outreach opportunity from February 18 – March 3, 2018 (two one-week sessions) to test and evaluate an archaeological site potential model for the Davy Crockett National Forest (http://www.passportintime.com/site-testing-on-the-davy-crockett-2018.html). This is a national call for volunteers, and is limited to 40 participants; however, we wanted to open the opportunity to locally-interested colleagues and students in advance of the formal announcement. Registration is required for all participants through the USFS Passport in Time website. Register by visiting the link above and filling out the short application using the Apply Now tab immediately below the image of the dart points.
Thank you for your continued support of our program, and we hope to see you in February! Additional information regarding this opportunity is provided in the link above. Please free to share the announcement widely.
The CTA is now on Facebook! Like our page here.
The date and location for the spring meeting have been confirmed: April 5-6 at the LCRA Redbud Trail facility in Austin. More details will be provided as these become available.