We spoke to a few Department Chairs from our Department Services Program (DSP) about things they wish they knew before becoming chair. Read about finances and management practices, the stress factors involved, and how to cope!
Meet Dr. Chelsey R. Carter - anthropologist, educator, and writer. Dr. Carter discusses inspirations from Zora Neale Hurston, data collection for the Black Genome Project, and her research in Black health and health care access in her hometown of St. Louis, Missouri.
Anneliese Long, Rosalie Gunawan, and Daniel Ginsberg
At the 2022 meeting in Seattle, we asked two graduate students, Anneliese Long of the University of North Carolina and Rosalie Gunawan of the University of British Columbia, to attend the Expo and share their experiences as they navigated the event for themselves.
Are you considering a career in Health Services Research? Megan McCullough, Ph.D., Research Health Scientist and Investigator at Center for Healthcare Organization, recently spoke with AAA about how she came to Health Services Research and how anthropology can be inserted and incorporated into improving Veterans health care within the structure of the VA.
Interested in working for the Department of Veterans Affairs? Megan McCullough, Ph.D., Research Health Scientist and Investigator at Center for Healthcare Organization, looks at the different positions in the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs that anthropologists work in, how they are funded, and then next steps for those interested in working in the VA.
Career Spotlight is a series of interviews with anthropologists connected to the American Anthropological Association (AAA) to share insights, knowledge and expertise about career opportunities, growth and development.