RACE exhibit’s perfect timing

Timing of our RACE: Are We So Different? exhibit could not have worked out better as it opens tomorrow at Discovery Place in Charlotte. Simultaneous to the exhibit’s opening weekend, the American Renaissance’s conference was scheduled to take place at a local hotel. Due to the nature of this white nationalist conference, hosted by the New Century Foundation, the … Continue reading RACE exhibit’s perfect timing

Special Edition Post – AAA Signs Statement of Support of Egypt

In conjunction with the Archaeological Institute of America, AAA signs Statement of Support for Egypt. This statement shares its concern for the Egyptian people and the loss of cultural heritage that Egypt has sustained and the threat of further losses. AAA pleads for Egyptian authorities to utilize their authority to protect their country’s irreplaceable cultural … Continue reading Special Edition Post – AAA Signs Statement of Support of Egypt

First Scientific Integrity Officer appointed in addition to new Scientific Integrity Policy

The Secretary of Interior, Ken Salazar unveiled a new policy to maintain the integrity of scientific and scholarly activities used in the Department of Interior’s decision making. The policy follows on the Memorandum to the Heads of Departments and Agencies on Scientific Integrity made last December on the issue. “Because robust, high quality science and … Continue reading First Scientific Integrity Officer appointed in addition to new Scientific Integrity Policy

Montréal ranks #1

Did you know that Montréal ranks number one in North America for the number of university students per capita? According to Montréal’s tourism bureau, the city’s four major universities and seven university-level colleges award the most degrees in the country. Montréal also has the highest number of master and doctoral-level students in Canada. The field … Continue reading Montréal ranks #1

National Humanities Alliance’s Annual Meeting & Humanities Advocacy Day – Register Today

Each year, the American Anthropological Association partners with the National Humanities Alliance to sponsor Humanities Advocacy Day, a chance for anthropologists and other who work in humanities-related fields to meet their Congressional representatives and advocate for much-needed additional funding for the National Science Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities and other Federal agencies. Details … Continue reading National Humanities Alliance’s Annual Meeting & Humanities Advocacy Day – Register Today