Let me begin by extending a huge SEACUnderground “Thank you” to everyone involved with putting on an epic SEAC 2015 in Nashville, including the SEAC Executive Board, the Meeting Organizing Committee, and all the volunteers! Thank you also to Ashley Schubert and the rest of the SEAC Student Affairs Committee for organizing the fantastic students events this year. And lastly, thank you to the SEAC Student Paper Competition Committee for reading all of the submissions!
This year’s first place winner is Jacob Lulewicz (University of Georgia and brand new SEACU contributor!!!) for his paper- A Bayesian Radiocarbon Chronology for Northwestern Georgia, A.D. 700-1400.
Second place went to Brandon T. Ritchison (University of Georgia) for his submission- Evaluating Population Movement using State Site File Data: Understanding the Irene Phase Transition on the Georgia Coast.
Congratulations Jacob and Brandon!!