Student Award Submission

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Please read the individual award webpages for eligibility and requirements before submitting. 

Students must have been enrolled during some part of the current year.

Application deadline is December 20. Any submissions received after this date will not be accepted. 

Attendance at the SfAA Annual Meeting is required to receive any of theses awards. 

Select the awards that you are applying for.


Eligibility

Students must be registered for the meeting and have submitted a paper or poster abstract by the submission deadline.

Submission

Applicants must submit a one page statement explaining how participation in the Annual Meeting will further your professional goals.

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Eligibility

Students must be registered for the meeting and have submitted a paper or poster abstract by the submission deadline.

Submission

Applicants must submit a one page statement which describes their interest in human rights, and the conjunction of this topic to their applied research interests. The statement may include a description of prior and/or current human rights advocacy activities in which the student has engaged.

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Eligibility

Students must be registered for the meeting and have submitted a paper abstract by the submission deadline. Students who are presenting a poster are not eligible.

Submission

Applicants must submit a statement (not to exceed two, double-spaced pages) explaining how participation in the Annual Meeting will further your professional goals. The statement may also include information, which documents the interest of the applicant in efforts to transform the lives of disadvantaged peoples.

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Eligibility

Students must be registered for the meeting and have submitted a paper abstract by the submission deadline. Students who are presenting a poster are not eligible.

Submission

Applicants must submit a statement (not to exceed two, double-spaced pages) explaining how participation in the Annual Meeting will further your professional goals. The statement may also include information, which documents the interest of the applicant in efforts to transform the lives of disadvantaged peoples.

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Eligibility

Students must be registered for the meeting and have submitted a paper or poster abstract by the submission deadline. 

Submission

Prospective student applicants should provide the following information and materials:
  • Address
  • Current College Where Enrolled 
  • Major Field of Study
  • Native Tribe/Community Affiliation
  • Recent College Transcript
  • Career Goal Statement
Career Goal Statement:
Dr. Medicine's professional life was devoted to teaching and research, and with a particular commitment to expanding the understanding of Native people. As you prepare the statement on your career goals, you may wish to consider some of the following questions.
  • What would I like to do in the future and how will this benefit other people?
  • How have my career plans evolved over time and what has influenced this evolution?
  • Are there particular ways that I think the social sciences can lead to a better understanding of the human condition?
  • How would my attendance at the SfAA Annual Meeting help to further my career interests?







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Eligibility

Students must be registered for the meeting and have submitted a paper abstract by the submission deadline. Students who are presenting a poster are not eligible.

Submission

Applicants must submit a statement (not to exceed two, double-spaced pages) explaining how participation in the Annual Meeting will further your professional goals.

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Eligibility

Students must be registered for the meeting and have submitted a paper abstract by the submission deadline. Students who are presenting a poster are not eligible.

Submission

Applicants must submit a one page statement on the global implications of wide-spread displacement and involuntary resettlement which has resulted from economic development. The hazards of such displacement are well known and have a profound impact on developed countries as well as indigenous populations. 

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Eligibility

Individuals who are currently enrolled as students -- both graduate and undergraduate, international and domestic -- may apply. Moreover, the award is not restricted to anthropology students; those enrolled in the applied social sciences and other related disciplines are also strongly encouraged to apply.  Current membership in the SfAA is not required. Officers and former officers of the Student Committee may not apply. Attendance at the upcoming SfAA annual meeting is required in order to receive the award.

Submission

An essay (500 word max) on “How have applied theories and methods influenced your research or career goals, and how might participation in the SfAA help you to achieve these goals?” Whether you are experienced in applied methodologies or not, we encourage you to write this essay to explore the idea of how applied methods and your active membership in SfAA could inspire (or has already inspired or transformed) your research or career as a social scientist.

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