The Cordell-Powers Prize Contest Is Closed!
This year we already have received more than 10 excellent applications to participate in the Cordell-Powers Prize contest. Therefore, the contest is closed.  Although applications no longer are being accepted, we encourage those who considered competing to present their papers at this year's Pecos Conference and submit an abstract next year.
     --Frances Joan Mathien, Ph.D., Chair, Cordell-Powers Prize Committee


About the Cordell-Powers Prize
The prize is an award for the best extemporaneous talk presented at the Pecos Conference each year by an archaeologist 35 years of age or younger. The competition honors Linda S. Cordell and Robert P. Powers: teachers, mentors, advisers and friends to countless Southwestern archaeologists.


Donations

The Cordell-Powers Prizes are supported by donations from the Southwest archaeology community. Donors can contact Frances Joan Mathien, chair, Cordell-Powers Prize Committee at mathiefj@unm.edu.
Donations should be sent to:

Cordell-Powers Prize

c/o 764 Pawnee

Flagstaff, AZ 86006 ‚Äč


The complete rules for the 2018 Cordell-Powers presentations can be DOWNLOADED HERE.


Prizes in 2018:

--Two First Prizes: $550

--Second prize: $300

--Third prize: $150
--Two honorable mentions: $100 each

--Five participants: $50 each.





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