The Society was contacted last month by the American Center for Mongolian Studies (ACMS). They are retracing Andrews’s expedition to Mongolia with the 100th anniversary being in 2022. They are doing monthly webinars with explorers.
On November 19th, they did a webinar focused on Roy Chapman Andrews and it featured Ann Bausum and Michael Novachek who was the first DEA recipient.
Founded in 2002, the American Center for Mongolian Studies is a private, non-profit educational organization that supports the development of Mongolian Studies and academic exchanges with Inner Asia. The activities of the ACMS include the development of academic resources, student and research support and the fostering of academic partnerships in all fields of study related to Mongolia. It works to strengthen and deepen academic and cultural connections between the U.S, and Mongolia.
The ACMS represents a consortium of over 40 academic institutions active in the field of Mongolian Studies in North America and Inner Asia, and includes more than 360 individual student and scholar members.
ACMS is located in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia and offices at University of Pennsylvania
American Center for Mongolian Studies