Submitted 14 November 2014 by Henk Leijenhorst, NFI Academy
This course focuses on forensic anthropology and disaster management, and combines theoretical background with elaborate practical training.
Standard forensic anthropological procedures will be discussed, as well as new developments in the respective fields. The goal of this course is to provide both practicing beginner and experienced medico-legal experts insight and training in the field of forensic anthropology.
Organizing committee: B. Kubat PhD MD; R. Gerretsen MSc MD and M. van Wijk MSc.
Target group: Practicing medico-legal experts (beginners and experts) Duration: Three successive days Number of participants: 30-40 Course location and dates: NFI Field Lab, The Hague; 15-17 april 2015 ...
Submitted 13 November 2014 by Committee on Diversity Women's Initiative
Announcing the American Association of Physical Anthropologists Committee on Diversity Women’s Initiative Early-Career Women’s Professional Development Workshops Wednesday, March 25, 2015 – Saint Louis, MO
Morning session: 8:00am -12:00pm OR Afternoon session: 1:00pm - 5:00pm Luncheon open to all participants: 12:00pm - 1:00pm
This half-day workshop will focus on the challenges and opportunities faced by early career women physical anthropologists and offer practical tools and resources to help women scholars in the early stages of their careers strategically navigate their paths forward. As part of this workshop, participants will hear from colleagues who will present ...
Submitted 10 November 2014 by Karen Rosenberg
I am pleased to announce that Richard Bribiescas, Professor of Anthropology and Chair of the Anthropology Department, will assume the position of Deputy Provost for Faculty Development and Diversity. The new position will formally start on January 1, 2015, but Rick will begin to advise me on these matters immediately. The responsibility for faculty diversity and development has historically been part of a larger portfolio of one of the deputy provosts, and I wanted now to devote a deputy provost position fully to these important issues.
Rick has been part of the faculty at Yale since 1998. He ...
Submitted 6 November 2014 by Lindsey Jo Helms Thorson
Dear Anthropology Students,
Field Notes: A Journal of Collegiate Anthropology, UW-Milwaukee’s anthropological journal, is now accepting submissions for our seventh volume, to be published in the spring. The preliminary deadline for early editorial feedback is December 1, 2014. The final deadline is January 15, 2015.
If you have been working on original anthropological research and are interested in gaining experience in publishing a paper, Field Notes is an ideal opportunity to receive serious peer review and to publish in a journal recognized by the Library of Congress. We accept submissions from undergraduates and graduates from all disciplines, but all ...
Submitted 5 November 2014 by THE SANISERA ARCHAEOLOGY INSTITUTE for International Field Schools
Our commitment is to promote Archaeology in its different aspects of research, training, and conservation, with a basic and clear purpose: to involve anyone from around the world who wishes to gain access to this scientific field. Sanisera is an international archaeological organization whose main aim is that of promoting and developing research , so that our current and future generations can be enriched by culture and education in this field.
We are not only in Spain, but we also have courses in Greece, Portugal, France, UK, Croatia, Turkey and Italy. We offer students more than 25 courses that can enrich ...
Submitted 3 November 2014 by Ann Margvelashvili
Dmanisi Paleoanthropology Field School (DPFS) is a four-week field course in paleoanthropology at the site of Dmanisi, Georgia, offered annually by Georgian National Museum and University of Zurich. DPFS is a combination of theoretical course work and practical training. By the end of the course students will choose a research project and prepare final presentations. The Field School is open to young scientists, archaeology and anthropology students. The school is held at the Dmanisi Paleolithic site (village of Patara Dmanisi, 80 km from Tbilisi, Dmanisi Region, East Georgia) and students are accommodated in the camp near the archaeological site.
Submitted 2 November 2014 by Karen Rosenberg
D. Gentry Steele, 73, of College Station, Texas, passed peacefully from this life October 27, 2014. The family will receive friends on Saturday, November 8, 2014 from Noon until 2 PM with remarks of celebration beginning at 12:30 PM at the Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History located in the Brazos Center at 3232 Briarcrest Drive, Bryan, TX 77802.
Submitted 21 October 2014 by Ed Hagen
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Submitted 13 October 2014 by Charles Egeland
Paleoanthropology field school at Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania June 13-July 13, 2015
The International Programs Center and the Department of Anthropology at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro are pleased to announce the 2015 Olduvai Gorge Paleoanthropology Field School. This program will provide young scholars with an exceptional study abroad experience at one of the world’s premier paleoanthropological sites: Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. The site was made famous by the excavations of Mary and Louis Leakey and is home to dozens of the most well-preserved early archaeological sites in the world. Students will have ...
Submitted 30 September 2014 by Pablo Nepomnaschy
Developmental Origins of Health and Disease 2015 - 9th World Congress
On behalf of the DOHaD 2015 Organising Committee and the host institutions - MRC/Wits Developmental Pathways for Health Research Unit at the University of the Witwatersrand, and the MRC/UCT Exercise Science and Sports Medicine Research Unit at the University of Cape Town - I invite you to attend the 9th World Congress on Developmental Origins of Health and Disease.
This will be the first World Congress on DOHaD to be hosted in Africa. The Congress will take place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre in Cape Town, South Africa ...
Submitted 23 September 2014 by Soledad De Esteban-Trivigno
Transmitting Science offers a new course, "GEOMETRIC MORPHOMETRICS IN R ".
INSTRUCTOR: Dr. JULIEN CLAUDE ((Institut des Sciences de l’Évolution de Montpellier, France).
DATES: January 26-30, 2015; 35 hourse on-site. End early registration: October 31.
PLACE: Facilities of the Centre of Restauració i Interpretació Paleontologica, Els Hostalets de Pierola, Barcelona (Spain).
Organized by: Transmitting Science, the Institut Catalá de Paleontologia Miquel Crusafont and the Centre of Restauració i Interpretació Paleontologica.
More information: http://www.transmittingscience.org/courses/gm/gm-in-r/ or writing to [email protected]
Concepts in geometric morphometrics will be taught using a series of original data sets and ...
Submitted 21 September 2014 by Charles Nunn
The Foundation for Evolution, Medicine, & Public Health (EMPH) is expanding its mission to sponsor a new Society for Evolution, Medicine, & Public Health.
The inaugural meeting for the Society will be March 19-21, 2015 in Tempe, Arizona, in collaboration with the Arizona State University Center for Evolution and Medicine (https://sites.google.com/a/asu.edu/cemph/).
Plenary speakers will include: • Harvey Fineberg, Institute of Medicine • Stephen Stearns, Yale University • Barbara Natterson-Horowitz, UCLA • Sir Peter Gluckman, University of Auckland • Ann Demogines (Omenn Award Winner), BioFire Diagnostics • Ruslan Medzhitov, Yale University
Full information is available at http://EvMedMeeting.org, including ...
Submitted 20 September 2014 by Anthony Di Fiore
Deadline: December 1, 2014 (new!)
The Pollitzer Student Travel Awards are designed to help students defray the costs of attending the AAPA meetings. They are named in honor of William S. Pollitzer, a Human Biologist who taught at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, was a Darwin Lifetime Achievement Awardee, and past president of the AAPA.
Qualifications: This award is open to all AAPA members in good standing (undergraduate and graduate) who are students and attending the annual meeting. You do NOT have to present a paper or poster to compete or receive an award. In order to be ...
Submitted 18 September 2014 by Ed Hagen
NSF is soliciting applications for the GRFP until the posted deadlines in late October and early November 2014. Since 1952, GRFP has provided Fellowships to individuals selected early in their graduate careers based on their demonstrated potential for significant achievements in science and engineering. Three years of support is provided by the program for graduate study in science or engineering and leads to a research-based master's or doctoral degree. The NSF expects to award 2,000 Graduate Research Fellowships under this program solicitation pending availability of funds: Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) PROGRAM SOLICITATION (NSF 14-590)
GRFP is also ...
Submitted 16 September 2014 by Ingrid Benirschke-Perkins
Join the live webcast! "Domestication and Human Evolution" is the topic of a free public symposium hosted by the UCSD/Salk Center for Academic Research & Training in Anthropogeny (CARTA) on Friday, October 10th (1:00 – 5:30 pm Pacific Daylight Time), co-chaired by Robert Kluender (UC San Diego) and Terrence Deacon (UC Berkeley).
The domestication of other species has played an undeniably central role in the evolution of modern humans, and in our planetary dominance and success. In view of this fact, researchers have over the years investigated the genetic underpinnings and the anatomical, neural, physiological and behavioral consequences ...
Submitted 12 September 2014 by Karen Rosenberg
The School for Advanced Research (SAR) in Santa Fe, NM invites applications for its 2015–16 Resident Scholar Fellowships.
SAR awards fellowships each year to scholars who have completed their research and analysis and who need time to think and write about topics important to the understanding of humankind. Resident scholars may approach their research from anthropology or from related fields such as history, sociology, art, and philosophy.
Competitive proposals have a strong empirical dimension, meaning that they address the facts of human life on the ground. They also situate the proposed research within a specific cultural or historical context ...
Submitted 27 August 2014 by Ed Hagen
The purpose of this funding mechanism is to support interdisciplinary, potentially transformative projects
Please note the recent Dear Colleague Letter for the Integrated NSF Support Promoting Interdisciplinary Research and Education (INSPIRE) pilot. The purpose of this funding mechanism is to support interdisciplinary, potentially transformative projects (up to 5 years, $1 million) that cannot be accommodated by other NSF funding mechanisms and would be funded by at least two intellectually distinct NSF divisions or disciplinary programs. Proposals must be approved by at least two NSF Program Officers prior to submission.
Complementing existing NSF efforts, INSPIRE was created to handle proposals whose ...
Submitted 22 August 2014 by Ed Hagen
Submitted 19 August 2014 by Ed Hagen
The National Science Foundation, Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences Directorate is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Rebecca Ferrell as Program Director for Biological Anthropology. Dr. Ferrell joins NSF on detail from the National Institute on Aging at NIH.
After receipt of her doctorate in Biological Anthropology from The Pennsylvania State University she served on the faculty at Howard University and then joined NIA in 2009. There she has served as a Scientific Review Officer in the Division of Extramural Activities. As SRO, she helped to craft the Funding Opportunity in Biodemography. Dr. Ferrell has broad research interests that ...
Submitted 19 August 2014 by Ed Hagen
The National Science Foundation is pleased to announce a new competition round for Science and Technology Centers: Integrative Partnerships (STCs). STCs program supports innovative, potentially transformative, complex research and education projects that require large-scale, long-term awards. STCs conduct world-class research through partnerships among academic institutions, national laboratories, industrial organizations, and/or other public/private entities, and via international collaborations, as appropriate. They provide a means to undertake significant investigations at the interfaces of disciplines and/or fresh approaches within disciplines. STCs may involve any area of science and engineering that NSF supports.
STC investments support the NSF vision of creating ...
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