Gabrielle Dunkley

Gabrielle Dunkley

http://www.americananthro.org
American Anthropological Association
    PostedMonday, May 16, 2022 at 3:41 PM
    Chairs and department leaders in anthropology and related disciplines are invited to the 2022 Department Leaders Summer Institute taking place June 22-24 at Georgetown University. The theme for this year’s institute is, “Anthropologically Informed Leadership for Equity and Accessibility,” reflecting the particular insights that our discipline gives us for supporting DEI work, as well as the necessity of creating policies and workplace cultures that support these values. Attendees will participate in workshops, panel discussions, and a variety of networking events. Registration is $100, or complimentary for AAA Department Services Program (DSP) partners. Learn more and register today. http://ow.ly/Gxjj50IY1EA
    Chairs and department leaders in anthropology and related disciplines are invited to the 2022 Department Leaders Summer Institute taking place June 22-24 at Georgetown University. The theme for this year’s institute is, “Anthropologically Informed Leadership for Equity and Accessibility,” reflecting the particular insights that our discipline gives us for supporting DEI work, as well as the necessity of creating policies and workplace cultures that support these values. Attendees will participate in workshops, panel discussions, and a variety of networking events. Registration is $100, or complimentary for AAA Department Services Program (DSP) partners. Learn more and register today. http://ow.ly/Gxjj50IY1EA
    PostedTuesday, March 29, 2022 at 10:05 AM
    Our Graduate School Fair is going virtual on Thursday, April 14. The half-day event will allow prospective graduate students to learn more about the graduate school application process and options for next steps. Attendees can tour the virtual exhibit hall and chat with representatives from MA and PhD #anthropology programs from across the county. We’re also hosting three panel discussions starting at 1 p.m. ET. Registration is FREE for AAA members; students and un/underemployed can attend for $10. Everyone can attend the exhibit hall and mixer for FREE but registration is required. Learn more and register today! https://www.americananthro.org/gradfair
    Our Graduate School Fair is going virtual on Thursday, April 14. The half-day event will allow prospective graduate students to learn more about the graduate school application process and options for next steps. Attendees can tour the virtual exhibit hall and chat with representatives from MA and PhD #anthropology programs from across the county. We’re also hosting three panel discussions starting at 1 p.m. ET. Registration is FREE for AAA members; students and un/underemployed can attend for $10. Everyone can attend the exhibit hall and mixer for FREE but registration is required. Learn more and register today! https://www.americananthro.org/gradfair
    PostedMonday, January 10, 2022 at 1:52 PM
    Anthropology Day (February 17) is a day to celebrate anthropology while promoting the discipline to the world around us. Join the celebration by hosting an event in your community, school, or workplace. Register your group (university, club, department, museum, etc.) to be listed as an official participant and receive event updates. We have a host of resources and ideas to help you get started for your AnthroDay events. We’ll also be updating the Activities & Events page with new ideas submitted by this year’s official participants. Don’t forget to sign up for this year's AnthroDay Kick-Off event on January 14, 12:00 P.M. ET. Hear from a panel of past Anthropology Day participants about their previous activities and events. This event will also provide an opportunity for staff and attendees to brainstorm celebration activities and answer any questions you may have before the big day. https://www.americananthro.org/anthroday
    Anthropology Day (February 17) is a day to celebrate anthropology while promoting the discipline to the world around us. Join the celebration by hosting an event in your community, school, or workplace. Register your group (university, club, department, museum, etc.) to be listed as an official participant and receive event updates. We have a host of resources and ideas to help you get started for your AnthroDay events. We’ll also be updating the Activities & Events page with new ideas submitted by this year’s official participants. Don’t forget to sign up for this year's AnthroDay Kick-Off event on January 14, 12:00 P.M. ET. Hear from a panel of past Anthropology Day participants about their previous activities and events. This event will also provide an opportunity for staff and attendees to brainstorm celebration activities and answer any questions you may have before the big day. https://www.americananthro.org/anthroday
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