One of the roles that I’m honored to fill for NAPA is that of Chair of our Ethics Committee. We
Hi, I’m Pam Puntenney and Chair of NAPA’s Lourdes Arizpe Award, a high profile initiative integrating external and internal engagement
[NOTE: Today marks the restarting of an important blog series, Governing Council Today. The series presents thoughts and information from
Cheers from the NAPA Secretary! Hi all – my name is Lisa Henry and I’m serving my 2nd term as
Hi, I’m Kevin Preister and I’m the new treasurer for NAPA. My goal during my tenure is to do as
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The AAA annual meeting in Chicago last week was a lot of fun and a bundle of activity. The NAPA
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Note: This post was originally published in the NAPA section of Anthropology News, which is run by the American Anthropological Association.
As I write this blog post, I am not sure if there is an answer to this conundrum. I am
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Dear Readers: This is Leni Bohren, the President of NAPA. I am excited to announce that, two weeks from now,
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