Ethical Conduct during the AAPA Annual Meeting. By registering to present and/or attend the AAPA Annual Meeting you agree to follow the AAPA Code of Ethics and specifically recognize that: "It is unethical in any professional setting, including the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, to use the inequalities of power that characterize many professional relationships to obtain personal, sexual, economic or professional advantages. Sexual, sexual identity or racial/ethnic harassment is unethical behavior under the American Association of Physical Anthropologists Code of Ethics." The AAPA reserves all rights to take any lawful and appropriate remedial and/or preventative action with respect to any individual who does not abide by the code, including without limitation removal of the individual from the meeting, reporting the incident to the appropriate authorities at the individual's home institution, barring the individual from future AAPA meetings or events, and barring the individual from the AAPA.

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