Upcoming Business Meeting Agenda 2014
Event Type: Business Meeting
Sponsored By: Society for Medical Anthropology
Saturday, December 6, 2014: 1:00 PM-2:15 PM
Maryland Suite C, Lobby| Marriott
- Virchow awards:
- Thanking Alexa Deitrich, new Virchow Awards coordinator
- Volunteers for Virchow article review panel?
- Vote on requesting SMA for Virchow Awards to have monetary prize starting in 2015
- Updates from ongoing Public Outreach projects and plans for 2014-2015 (e-health, immigration, insurance, teaching global health, austerity)
- Public Policy Outreach on Austerity
- Update from Megan Carney coordinating Takes a Stand sub-committee
- volunteers to organize 2015 AAA invited panel abstract sub-committee ?
- Request for comments on statement and bibliography
- Proposals for new TAS focus areas or sub-committees
- Global Health at Gunpoint: Militarization and Occupation of African Life from Mali to Missouri
- Interest in an SMA – sponsored Invited Roundtable or Panel collaborated with other SIG groups on SMA invited panel? Working group to outreach?
- Volunteers to work with Amy Dao for Sub-Committee on E-CAGH (updating website and improving Word Press Site)
- CAGH feature members
- FYI: Volunteer CAGH web assistance:
- CAGH: Amy Dao- firstname.lastname@example.org
- SMA Webmaster: Sean Bruna-Lewis email@example.com
- Vote on CAGH letter of support for AAA reactivating Congressional Fellow Program
- Nominations for New Chair or Co-Chairs for 2015
- Joint SIG Workshop – planning and discussion (proposed topic “Black Lives Matter”
- Brief working group session
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