Dr. Andrew L. Christenson
2013 AAS Professional Archaeologist Award Recipient
The Arizona Archaeology Society sincerely congratulates Dr. Andrew L. Christenson on his selection as the recipient of the 2013 AAS Professional Archaeologist Award. Andy’s valued relationship with the Yavapai Chapter began in 1988. From the beginning, he has graciously dedicated his service to the AAS, teaching, supervising projects, performing analyses, authoring reports, leading educational field trips, and contributing in numerous other capacities to the archaeological community. Currently, he is working as an Independent Archaeological Consultant and volunteers as the Curator of The Smoki Museum of American Indian Art and Culture in Prescott, as well as serving as the Archaeological Advisor for the Yavapai Chapter AAS. Despite the demands of his professional activities, he always makes time for the YCAAS, and is consistently helpful with every day questions or major projects. The AAS is grateful to Andy Christenson for sharing his knowledge, all that he has done, and all that he continues to do. We are proud to know him and thankful for his support. Once again, congratulations, Andy, on this well-deserved recognition.