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AnthroJobs of the Week, 24 February 2021
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AnthroJobs of the Week, 24 February 2021

Hello Readers! We have two fascinating positions this week, one at Duolingo and another at Thick Descriptions. Check them out! Duolingo is looking to hire a Staff User Experience Researcher to help them answer foundational questions about their learners, around the world. This role will focus largely on defining global product strategy for the company […]

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Check out NAPA’s Kerry Fosher’s (MPAAC Ethics subcommittee) new discussion of ethics and anthropological identity in military organizations! Who counts?

Ethical Questions about Who Counts as an “Anthropologist” in Military Organizationsby Kerry Fosher “When I first started working with the U.S. military in 2006, military organizations were desperate to hire

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AnthroJobs of the Week

AnthroJobs of the Week, 24 February 2021

Hello Readers! We have two fascinating positions this week, one at Duolingo and another at Thick Descriptions. Check them out! Duolingo is looking to hire a Staff User Experience Researcher to help them answer foundational questions about their learners, around the world. This role will focus largely on defining global product strategy for the company […]

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November 19, 2020

Imagine not knowing where your next meal will come from, or not being able to feed your child a healthy breakfast before sending them off to school, or not being able to satisfy your growling stomach before a midterm exam. For 600,000 food insecure individuals in the Tampa Bay, Florida, area, these are real issues that they must tackle in their everyday lives.

The US Department of Agriculture refers to food insecurity as the lack of reliable access to enough nutritionally adequate food for an active, healthy life for all household members. People who suffer from hunger are diverse, often from hardworking families, and include children, teenagers, senior citizens, veterans, and even college students.

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