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NAPA workshops at the AAA Annual Meeting

Are you planning to attend the AAA Annual Meeting in Montreal, QC, Canada?  If so, please register for one or more NAPA sponsored workshops!  You can register at http://www.aaanet.org/meetings/Workshops.cfm

Please see the website for complete workshop descriptions.  The following are NAPA sponsored workshops:

  • Introductory Participatory Design Workshop: Overview and Introduction to Methods – Nancy Fried Foster
  • Hanging Out Your Shingle: Practical Strategic and Ethical First Steps for Anthropological Contract Work, Part 1 – Ken C. Erickson and Stephanie Paladino
  • Hanging Out Your Shingle: Practical Strategic and Ethical First Steps for Anthropological Contract Work, Part 2 – Ken C. Erickson and Stephanie Paladino
  • Stress Management and Building Self-Esteem for Students and Beginning Professionals – Teresita Majewski
  • Preparing Undergraduates to Practice Anthropology – Anne J. Goldberg
  • Tourism Research Workshop: Theoretical Frameworks, Approaches and Practices – Quetzil Castaneda and Tim Wallace
  • Presenting Yourself in Professional Life – Cathleen Crain, Niel Tashima, Mark Edberg
  • The UN/Civil Society Interface: Walking and Working the UN Corridors – Eva Friedlander and Pam Puntenney
  • Marketing the Anthropological Lens – Rita M. Denney and Patricia L. Sunderland
  • Free Software For Writing and Managing Fieldnotes: New Release of Fieldworks Data Notebook – Tim Wallace and Tom Woodward
  • It’s Who You Know: Using Networking Techniques and Strategies to Increase Your Networking Success – Sabrina Nichelle Scott, Ed Liebow, and Jen Cardew Kersey
  • Engaging Journalism: Making Anthropology Visible in the Public Sphere – Brian McKenna
  • Beyond Bullet Points: How To Create a Visual Presentation – Jen Cardew Kersey
  • Putting Anthropology to Work: Taking A Life Course Approach to Your Career – Sherylyn Hope Briller
  • Anthropologist in Evaluation: An Introduction to Evaluation Concepts – Mary Odell Butler and Lenora Bohren
  • Ideas and Techniques for Organizing an Ethnographic Field School – James Tim Wallace and George Gmelch
  • Anthropology in Focus Groups: Expanded Opportunities for Anthropologists in Marketing Research – Robert J. Morais
  • Transferring Ethnographic Competencies to Subject Matters Experts – Margaret H. Szymanski and Brigette Jordan


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