Position(s): Nominations are
requested from the AAPA membership for the following four positions:
Job descriptions can be found in the associations Constitution and Bylaws.
Eligibility: Nominees must be AAPA Regular Members in good standing. Any AAPA member (student, regular, or special) may make a nomination. Self nominations are accepted. To check a nominee's membership status, logon at http://birenheide.com/AAPA/memberinfo.php and go to the directory of members.
Nomination Slate: From the proposed, eligible nominees, the AAPA Nominations Committee, chaired by Dr. Susan Antón, will recommend to the Executive Committee two candidates per position and alternates for the official ballot. The President will contact potential candidates in advance of the ballot to obtain their willingness to run.
Voting: A link to the online ballot will be emailed to Regular Members in January. The poll closes in late February.
Current AAPA Executive Committee (ExComm) members
Members primary duties are in parentheses following the job title. Please note that beginning in 2018, the Secretary/Treasurer position has been divided. The current Secretary/Treasurer (Rachel Caspari) will continue as Treasurer and we will elect a new Secretary.
Leslie Aiello President
Susan Antón Past-President (Nominations)
Josh Snodgrass Vice-President (Meetings) (up for election)
Rachel Caspari Secretary/Treasurer
Peter Ellison Editor, American Journal of Physical Anthropology
Lyle Koenigswald Editor, Yearbook of Physical Anthropology
Lisa Sattenspiel ExComm Member (Membership)
Leslea Hlusko ExComm Member (Student Programs) (up for election)
Anne Stone ExComm Member (History and Honors) (up for election)
Gregg Gunnell ExComm Member (Career Development)
To Submit a Nomination: All nominations must be received on or before October 16, 2017.
Submit a nomination when you submit your abstract online at meeting.physanth.org/
Or, e-mail nominations to: Dr. Susan Antón - [email protected]
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