Why You Should Consider Applying for the AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellowship

Are you about to complete your PhD and want to do something other than become an adjunct? Or are you perhaps safely tenured but want to make a contribution in government rather than in academia? (“Ask not what your country can do for you…”) Or maybe you’re just curious and would like to find out […]

Series Highlights What Anthropologists Achieve with NSF Funding

Anthropology News ran a thematic series in July and August 2014 (V55, #7 and 8) featuring a wide range of anthropologists who had conducted research with the support of National Science Foundation (NSF) funds. In light of the upcoming Congressional debate that could lead to a significant decrease in federal funding of the NSF, we’d like to share […]

Read AN’s 2010 Series on Disaster Relief and Recovery

Anthropology News ran a thematic series in October 2010 (v51, #7) on Disaster Relief and Recovery. In light of the recent earthquake in Nepal, we’d like to share that series again as a reminder that anthropologists have frequently worked with communities experiencing and recovering from disasters. We are pleased to announce all the essays from that series […]