Attached is the call for papers for volume 3 of the ABD journal, a peer-reviewed graduate and undergraduate student journal for Anthropology and related disciplines. The journal is a collaboration between graduate students in the departments of Anthropology, Linguistics, and EEB (Evolution, Ecology, and Behavior), addressing topics from physical anthropology and primatology, linguistics, social and cultural anthropology, and archaeology. If you decide to publish your work with our journal, you will be able to take part in an edited, peer-review process resulting in a professional publication. This volume will feature a special topic section on articles addressing issues of Conservation. If you are writing about conservation within the social sciences and humanities, please consider submitting an article for this upcoming issue.
ABD Editorial Board
The GSA Election Committee is pleased to announce the results of the 2014-2015 GSA Officer Elections:
Julie Gorman: 255 votes (83 abstentions)
J. Neil Otte: 248 votes (90 abstentions)
Karl Reza Sarvestani: 158 votes
Jessica Moses: 144 votes
Thank you to all of the students who voted!
GSA Election Committee
Eric Becker (EC Chair)
John Beverly (EC)
Kevin Stout (EC)
Sara Scime (EC)
Matt Celestino (EC)
The Graduate Student Association is currently seeking a Programming Coordinator and a Webmaster. Please use the hyperlinks to view the job descriptions for more details about each position. We will be accepting applications now through the close of business on Wednesday, April 23rd in the GSA Office (310 Student Union). Late or incomplete applications will not be considered.
Please note that international students holding other positions will be restricted by INS work requirements and may not be eligible to apply.