Laboratory director Alexander receives Preservation Achievement Award
Georgia Southern University scientist Clark Alexander has been honored by the Historic Preservation Division of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.
Alexander received the Preservation Achievement Award, which is presented annually to individuals and organizations that have made a significant contribution to historic preservation.
Alexander is the director of Georgia Southern’s Applied Coastal Research Laboratory on Skidaway Island and an adjunct professor in the University’s Department of Geology and Geography.
He received the Preservation Achievement Award for his work in helping to document archaeological sites in coastal Georgia that are in danger of being destroyed by naturally occurring erosion.