Jeremy Spoon, Richard Arnold, and Collaborators win prestigious Hackenberg Award for their collaborative work with tribes and federal agencies in the Great Basin/Northern Mojave (March 2019)
I am humbled to share that the Society for Applied Anthropology (SfAA) awarded our team the 2019 Robert A. and Beverly H. Hackenberg Prize for our long-term work in southern Nevada. The Prize recognizes SfAA members and their community partners whose work demonstrates sustained and meaningful collaboration to improve the communities where they live and work. As part of the award, we will be conducting a distinguished lecture at the SfAA annual meeting in March 2019 in Portland. This award would not have been possible without the work of so many wonderful folks. What a team! We accept this award on behalf of the Indigenous Nations, federal agencies, students, and the public who helped us on this journey.