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I am a Univ. of Maryland, College Park MAA graduate. I have been working in the private sector of the Land Planning & Development industry for the past 6 years and am working towards professional licensure as a Land Surveyor. I am not currently involved in anthropology directly, though my intention is to return to school to get a PhD after getting LS certification and to focus on Land Planning & Development and Environmental Protection Policy in the US, and particularly in North Georgia.
Area(s) of Training
applied anthropology, other
Area(s) of Expertise
Land Planning & Development Policy, Environmental Protection Policy
Most Recent Degree
Current Area of Employment
If you are around on Wednesday of the 2008 SfAA meetings, please consider coming to this session, an open forum organized on behalf of the Public Policy committee, to participate and help support the cause of education in public policy engagement.
(W-41) WEDNESDAY 12:00-1:30
Open Forum on Uses of Language in Public Policy
CHAIR: HEYMAN, Josiah (U Texas-El Paso)
The focus will be the ways that formal, policy oriented language articulates with communities, scholars, and other language communities in the policy process (that is, it is not a forum on the policy of language, but the language of policy).
See you in Memphis,