Submitted 20 March 2016 by Andre Gonciar / Jonathan Bethard
The aim of this project is to evaluate to what extent and how these major ...
Submitted 11 March 2016 by Thomas A. Crist, Ph.D.
Albania’s magnificent archaeological site at Butrint National Park is one of two primary locations ...
Submitted 10 March 2016 by Benedicte Nielsen Whitehead, PhD
Roots of Europe Summer School in linguistics, archaeology, anthropology and genetics
University of Copenhagen
Submitted 10 March 2016 by Gregg F. Gunnell
DURHAM, NC - Duke scientist-explorer Elwyn Simons, who studied living and extinct primates for more than ...
Submitted 9 March 2016 by Sarah Mathena
This UMass Amherst field course introduces students to the role of the biological anthropologist, archaeologist ...
Submitted 7 March 2016 by Rebecca Ferrell
NSF's Directorate of Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences (SBE) is participating in the fourth round of Digging into Data (DiD), a grants competition open to international, collaborative projects that address research questions in humanities and/or social science disciplines by using new, large-scale, digital data analysis techniques.
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Submitted 5 March 2016 by Susan Anton
Information for the AAPA Annual Business Meeting (Friday April 15th, 2016 at 5:45 pm in Atlanta). All members are invited to join us for the presentation of lifetime achievement and student awards and for the discussion of association business. In an effort to be more eco-friendly, we will be ...
Submitted 1 March 2016 by Melanie Beasley
While all events at the AAPA benefit from student involvement, the following highlighted events were compiled by the Student Committee as being of particular interest for students this year. The list includes AAPA and affiliated events not directly organized by AAPA. All AAPA events are indicated by a preceding ‘AAPA ...
Submitted 18 February 2016 by Soledad De Esteban-Trivigno
Registration is open for the course "Introduction to Network Analysis in Life Sciences – 3rd edition ...
Submitted 14 February 2016 by Ana Luisa Santos
The University of Coimbra (World Heritage) welcome you to the Working your fingers to the bone. An interdisciplinary conference on identifying occupation from the skeleton.
Conference on ALL aspects of the effect of occupation on the skeleton, including dentition. This is an interdisciplinary conference with keynote speakers from anthropology, Dr ...
Submitted 13 February 2016 by Joan Richtsmeier
This year at the AAPA meetings in Atlanta, the Executive Committee has invited Randall Robaudo of SciPhD (http://sciphd.com/) to host a Career Development Workshop. In this two hour interactive workshop we will discuss the technical, business and social skills that are valued both within and outside academia and ...
Submitted 12 February 2016 by Carolyn E. Hinson
The symposium is a student led event that is supported by the Department of Anthropology, and College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences. The event will take place in the Kate Buchanan Room at Humboldt State University (HSU), Arcata, CA from 5PM-9PM on March 24th. The symposium showcases independent undergraduate ...
Submitted 9 February 2016 by Stefano Benazzi
SUMMER SCHOOL IN:
ACQUIRING AND POST-PROCESSING 3D DATA IN ANTHROPOLOGY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
27June - 1July 2016
Department of Cultural Heritage (University of Bologna, Italy)
Nowadays the virtual environment is becoming pivotal in anthropology, archaeology, medical and dental field. New technologies for acquiring and post-processing three-dimensional (3D) image data, originally developed for ...
Submitted 8 February 2016 by Leslea Hlusko
The American Association of Physical Anthropologists awards seven prizes to outstanding student presentations at the annual meeting. For a list of these and their descriptions, please see the Student Presentation Awards page. To apply, visit this link:
Submitted 8 February 2016 by Heather Norton
The Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution (SMBE) satellite workshop, Genetics of Admixed Populations, will be held in San Antonio, TX May 18-20, 2016.
Early registration deadline is February 15, 2016, with a final registration deadline of March 15, 2016. A limited number of travel awards are available through SMBE ...
Submitted 8 February 2016 by Andrea B. Taylor
The AAPA and the Committee on Diversity Women’s Initiative (COD-WIN) are pleased to offer the Family Care Award to assist
early career women scholars in physical anthropology who are caring for a
dependent family member (child or elder care) at home. This award
provides financial support (maximum $600 per ...
Submitted 8 February 2016 by Susan Anton
AAPA Addresses Sexual and Other Harassment
foster a community of inclusion and respect in which we can focus all of our
attention on our science, the AAPA Executive and other committees have developed
a number of resources, initiatives, and new programming. Following an open letter from the President
Submitted 4 February 2016 by Dr De Groote
Bioarchaeology is an exciting and fast-advancing science that combines archaeology with branches of the natural ...
Submitted 3 February 2016 by LJMU
The Faculty of Engineering & Technology and the Faculty of Science at Liverpool John Moores University would like to announce four new PhD positions related to the exciting and rapidly emerging field of Drone Technology and Applied Drone Technology. This strategic investment by the Faculties supports a total of four ...
Submitted 29 January 2016 by Mrinalini Erkenswick Watsa
Field Projects International is offering two new Tropical Biology and Primatology courses for summer 2016. Held at the Los Amigos Biological Field station in Southeastern Peru, students will receive training in basic orienteering and navigation, behavioral observation, radio telemetry, recording and manipulating spatial data, tree-climbing, and more. These hands-on exercises ...
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