Mook shares Archaeological Institute of America site preservation honor

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The Archaeological Institute of America Site Preservation Program named Peggy Mook and Donald Haggis, directors of the Azoria Project on the island of Crete, the winners of the AIA’s 2012 Best Practices in Site Preservation Award. Mook is an Iowa State associate professor of world languages and cultures and program chair of the classical studies program. Haggis is a professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The award, established in 2011 by the AIA Site Preservation Committee to identify and promote best practices in the interdisciplinary field of site preservation, was presented at the AIA’s 113th annual meeting this month in Philadelphia. More