This comes from Kira Johnson, Outreach Coordinator at Izilwane. Izilwane promotes biodiversity conservation through shared knowledge and experience. The non-profit online magazine takes an anthropological approach to biodiversity loss, exploring the place of humans in the global ecosystem. The goal of the writers and editors of Izilwane is to educate the public about the need … Continue reading New Organization Blends Conservation and Anthropology with Inspirational Results
The AAA website is a great resource for students seeking info on upcoming meetings, funding, field schools and more. Did you know the American Museum of Natural History’s Center for Biodiversity and Conservation will host the Student Conference on Conservation Science in New York, Nov 3-5? This is a great opportunity for grad students, post-docs, early-career professionals, and those considering a profession in the field. To participate, submit an application online by May 18, or check out the AAA meetings calendar for other events in your area. To submit conference info for the calendar, email Amy Goldenberg at agoldenberg [at] aaanet.org.
Looking for job, fellowship or internship announcements? Check out the AAA Bulletin Board, our professional development website, or subscribe to section listservs. Right now the Human Relations Area Files at Yale is seeking an intern with a BA in anthropology for a 1-year internship (stipend: $16,000). Continue reading “Student Opportunities on the AAA Website”