NAPA Workshops at the AAA Annual Meeting
San Francisco, CA

Workshop Registration Is Now Open! Register via the AAA website at:

NAPA members receive discounted rates to all NAPA-sponsored workshops.

Thursday, November 15, 2012

1. Project Management – Patricia Ensworth (Harborlight Management Services)

2. Ethnographic FIELD Schools: HOW They Work and Why They ARE A MUST for
Anthropologists and Students – Tim Wallace (North Carolina State) and George
Gmelch (San Francisco)

3. Issues In International Consulting – Eva Friedlander PhD (Planning Alternatives for Change) and Pamela J Puntenney PhD (Environmental and Human Systems

4. NAPA-NASA Student Workshop: Funding, Fellowships, Transferring, and
Admissions– Organizers: Sabrina Nichelle Scott (Lillian Rosebud) and Alexander J.
Orona (Cambridge University), Presenters: Nancy Romero-Daza (University of South
Florida), David A. Himmelgreen (University of South Florida), Valerie V. Feria-Isacks
(Foothill College), and Nicole Ryan (University of North Texas)

5. Rapid Research In Public Settings – Mike Youngblood (The Youngblood Group)

6. Pattern Recognition In Evolution and In Ethnographic Analytics – Brigitte Jordan
(Independent) and Chad Maxwell (StarCom)

Friday, November 16, 2012

1. Heritage Tourism: Theory and Praxis – Quetzil E. Castaneda (OSEA Open School
Ethn Anth) and James Tim M Wallace (North Carolina State)

2. First Impressions for a Lasting Impact: Using Elevator Speeches and Strategic
Network Ties to Strengthen Your Networking Success – Sabrina Nichelle Scott
(Lillian Rosebud) and Edward Liebow (Battelle Memorial Institute)

3. Marketing Oneself As An Anthropologist In a Variety of Interdisciplinary Settings
Amy Raquel Paul-Ward (Florida International University)

Saturday, November 17, 2012

1. Developing An Anthropological Career for a Lifetime
Sherylyn H Briller (Wayne State University)

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