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The Charles R. Darwin Lifetime Achievement Award

by Ed Hagen last modified Mar 17, 2014 04:51 PM
The Charles R. Darwin Lifetime Achievement Award was established in 1992 to recognize and honor distinguished senior members of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists.

DarwinThe Executive Committee of the AAPA invites the membership to submit names of nominees for this prestigious award. Nominees should have demonstrated a lifetime of contributions and commitment to Physical Anthropology through their scholarship, training, and service to the AAPA.

 

Previous recipients of this award are George Armelagos, Paul T. Baker, C. Loring Brace, Alice M. Brues, Jane E. Buikstra, A. Roberto Frisancho, Stanley M. Garn, Eugene Giles, Morris Goodman, F. Clark Howell, William W. Howells, William Hylander, Francis E. Johnston, Clifford Jolly, Gabriel W. Lasker, Michael Little, Frank B. Livingstone, M.F. Ashley Montagu, Charles Oxnard, William S. Pollitzer, Derek F. Roberts, Elwyn Simons, Robert Sokal, T. Dale Stewart, Phillip V. Tobias, Sherwood L. Washburn, and Milford H. Wolpoff.

 

There are two steps in the nomination process. The first is the identification of potential nominees through the completion of a form in the call for papers that will be provided upon request by the chair of the AAPA Nominations Committee. The AAPA Executive Committee evaluates the nominations each year a short list of nominees is identified. A more detailed letter of nomination may then be requested from the original nominator along with a brief curriculum vitae of the nominee. The Executive Committee will make the final selection. The award of an engraved bronze statue of Charles Darwin is presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists.

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