Dear ASAP Members,
I hope your 2015 is off to a good start! It was great to see so many of you last month at the AAA annual meeting in Washington.
I’m writing to let you know that we have two positions on the ASAP board that are opening up: Officer-at-Large, a three-year term; and Graduate Student Representative, a two-year term. Contributing your skills and talents to these positions is an opportunity to have a strong voice in the direction and activities of ASAP.
Please let us know immediately if you are interested. The nominations process must be completed by February 16.
If you think you might be interested or have any questions, please respond both to me (email@example.com) and David Haines (firstname.lastname@example.org), the outgoing Officer at Large.
The ASAP column by David Haines on Multiculturalism Korean Style from the November/December 2014 edition of the Anthropology News is now available on the ASAP website at the following link:
Announcement: Brocher Foundation Symposium
Between Policy and Practice: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Assisted Reproductive Technologies and Equitable Access to Health Care
July 5-7, 2015
We invite proposals for paper or poster presentations during a two-day interdisciplinary symposium, hosted by the Brocher Foundation, in Hermance Switzerland.
Please, email your submissions by February 10, 2015, to: Joanna.Mishtal@ucf.edu or email@example.com
Details are at: CFP – Brocher Symposium, July 5-7, 2015-2