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I am in development with an expedition that has recently won the "Spirit Of Adventure Award" from the Captain Scott Society. Unfortunately due to funding constraints, it is not a paid internship but a great opportunity to work on an Award winning expedition and alongside great professionals crossing three different industries (Archaeology, Documentary and Adventure/ Exploration). The project has also been shortlisted by the SES (Scientific Exploration Society), shortlisted by the…Continue
Annual Meeting Program Chair
The Society will convene the 76th Annual Meeting at a site in the northwest (Vancouver, Seattle, and Portland are under consideration), in late March of 2016. The Officers and Board of Directors plan to review nominations and select a Program Chair by March of 2015.
With Board approval, the Program Chair develops the theme for the Program and selects the members of the…Continue
Posted by Melissa Cope on September 4, 2014 at 10:47am
What are you doing to preserve and archive your applied work for future generations? So of us who have or who are at that point in life and career when we want to "shorten up" face this problem. This is especially true for those of us who do not have an academic home or base for our work product and have not producer the usual recorded of academic publications, yet have made contributions to the development and application of anthropological science and theory to real problems
CFP - Society for Applied Anthropology 2015
Seeking Panel, Paper, and Workshop Proposals for Special Track on Extraction Industries
The Society for Applied Anthropology will be holding its 75th anniversary annual meetings in Pittsburgh, PA, from March 24-28th, 2015. SfAA is unique among professional associations in membership and purpose, representing the interests of professionals in a wide range of settings - academia, business, law, public health, and government - committed…
Posted by Kirk Jalbert on August 2, 2014 at 6:29am
The National Park Service, Regional Ethnography Program for the Northeast Region, has issued a vacancy announcement for the Regional Cultural Anthropologist position. The position is being advertised simultaneously under two separate job announcements to 1) All U.S. Citizens and 2) Merit Promotion (existing eligible federal status applicants). The Northeast Region includes National Park areas from Maine to Virginia. The Cultural Anthropologist will develop and maintain relationships with…Continue
Posted by Jennifer Talken-Spaulding on August 1, 2014 at 9:30am
This fellowship opportunity offers 1 year minimum with opportunity to renew. Sometimes result in employment, or simply some time developing the research for FDA and some writing time.…Continue
Started by James P. Stansbury in Applied Anthropologists with Policy Expertise or Needs Sep 12.
Hi everyone,Apologies for the long discussion title and what I am about to write - this is the first time I am writing here, even though I have been a member for quite some time (I had limited myself…Continue
Started by Steven Vella in Applied Anthropologists with Policy Expertise or Needs. Last reply by Barry R. Bainton Aug 6.