The Society for American Archaeology on Friday banned a teacher from attending its annual conference, following his arrest for felony aggravated stalking. Robert Jeffrey Speakman, director of the University of Georgia’s Center for Applied Isotope Studies, was apprehended earlier this month after breaking a short-lived protective order, according cops records. The protective order did not refer to a trainee of Speakman’s, but to another Georgia graduate, according to details gotten by Inside Higher Ed Speakman has been suspended and prohibited indefinitely from Georgia. The society said that “based upon current available info,” its governing board satisfied and withdrew Speakman’s registration for its 2020 conference. Earlier this year, by contrast, the society was criticized for allowing member David Yesner to attend its conference, despite the fact that he ‘d been banned by the University of Alaska at Anchorage over trustworthy misbehavior claims. Speakman could not right away be reached for remark.