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CALL FOR PAPERS
The Society for Applied Anthropology (SfAA) invites abstracts (sessions, papers and posters) for the Program of the 75th Annual Meeting in Pittsburgh, PA, March 24-28, 2015. The theme of the Program is “Continuity and Change.”
The Society is a multi-disciplinary association that focuses on problem definition and resolution. We welcome papers from all disciplines. The deadline for abstract submission is October 15, 2014. For additional information on the theme, abstract size/format, and the meeting, please visit our web page (www.sfaa.net, click on “Annual Meeting”).
Please contact me if you have any questions.
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[NOTE: Today marks the restarting of an important blog series, Governing Council Today. The series presents thoughts and information from members of the NAPA GC on a biweekly basis, to provide NAPA members with insights and transparency on the association’s leadership. The series will be coordinated by Bethany Grove and Amanda Woomer. For more information on the GC, select the “about” tab above.]
NAPA Communications and Online Career Resources
NAPA offers several web-based resources to facilitate the careers of budding and established practicing anthropologists. These resources are still under development; to help us in the process please let us know… Continue reading
The Society for Applied Anthropology (SfAA) announces its search for the next editor of its journal, Practicing Anthropology.
The current editor, Professor Anita Puckett, will complete her term on December 31, 2014. The new editor(s) will assume responsibilities for a three-year term on January 1, 2015. Practicing Anthropology’s editor is appointed by, and reports to, the Board of Directors of the Society for Applied Anthropology. On appointment, the editor becomes a voting member of the SfAA Board.
Practicing Anthropology is a quarterly publication that focuses on timely issues and breaking topics related to the application of the social sciences to… Continue reading
The NAPA Communications Committee is looking for a few energetic and reliable folks to join our social media team. This is a great chance to be a part of keeping practitioners up to date and also bringing anthropology to a wider audience.
We are recruiting for our Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter pages, as well as this very blog! This is a great opportunity to enhance the visibility of practitioner anthropology and to build your own network, and also have a bit of fun. You do not need to be a NAPA member to join, but it helps!
The specific jobs… Continue reading
EPIC’s tenth anniversary—celebrating in NYC!
Hosted by the Center for Positive Marketing at Fordham University
Save the date September 7 – 10, 2014
The Ethnographic Praxis in Industry Conference will celebrate its 10th anniversary in NYC this year! In a ground breaking move, EPIC will be hosted this year by a business school. The Center for Positive Marketing at Fordham University is located at Lincoln Center, in the heart of Manhattan’s performing arts district.
In past years, EPIC has been held on corporate campuses, in a ski resort, at design schools, in a Royal Institution, and in four countries.… Continue reading
Cheers from the NAPA Secretary!
Hi all – my name is Lisa Henry and I’m serving my 2nd term as NAPA Secretary. Yep, that’s right…my 2nd term. I am also an associate professor and chair of the anthropology department at the University of North Texas in Denton, TX.
When I joined NAPA about 7 or 8 years ago, I had many goals. I wanted to network with practicing anthropologists so I could talk to my students about the work practitioners do. I also wanted to guide my students in using the NAPA mentoring… Continue reading
Hi, I’m Kevin Preister and I’m the new treasurer for NAPA. My goal during my tenure is to do as well as outgoing treasurer John Massad; John did tremendous work to develop protocols for budget development and reimbursements that will make my job so much easier.
I want to either thank or blame Leni Bohren for soliciting my involvement in NAPA’s Governing Council. Seriously, it truly is an honor. As a practicing anthropologist for over 30 years, my interest is to give back to my work community and to “grow the field” for younger professionals.
I direct a nonprofit called… Continue reading
The most recent interview in the NAPA LinkedIn interview series has been posted. This week’s inteviewee is past president of NAPA Susan Squires. Read all about it at http://lnkd.in/bFDZq-g.
What “What” Was: Musings of your retired Treasurer (John Massad)
Be Treasurer of NAPA? You want me to do what? But, I had no idea what “what” was.
What was it to be Treasurer? What does one actually do? So, I blithely turned my head 5 years ago and got myself elected to see if I could find out. This past November, at the close of gavel of our annual business meeting, I retired. And as I look at my fine Certificate of Appreciation hanging in my home office, I find myself… Continue reading
In the latest NAPA Linked In profile, Mary Odell Butler discusses the
challenges she faced while building a career outside academia, as well as
the work she has been doing since to ensure that emerging professionals are
Be sure to check the interview with Mary as well as past interviews in the series!