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LTG congratulates the Master of Applied Anthropology program at University of Maryland for its top ranking.
The World Ranking Guide lists the University of Maryland M.A.A. program as a Top School. LTG offers its supports with a long
history of hiring graduates and interns from the program. Managing partners Cathleen Crain and Niel Tashima have shared their expertise as adjunct professors
for ten years.
LTG founding partners and staff contribute four chapters in the March release of a new book about Practicing Anthropology.
LTG partners Cathleen Crain and Niel Tashima wrote three chapters and LTG Research Associate Terry Redding authored one in "A Handbook of Practicing
Anthropology," edited by Riall W. Nolan. The book is a complete guide to the career of Practicing Anthropology from job training to career management. "Practice" refers to
anthropology done largely outside the university by non-academic anthropologists. This handbook provides accounts from practitioners in various sectors, and detailed case studies
dealing with ethics, the integration of medical and social data, and job preparation. Cathleen and Niel delve into their experience at LTG in a chapter titled, "An Anthropologically
Based Consulting Firm." Read full story.
Anthropology News highlights LTG's strengths as National Program Office for the RWJF Strengthening What Works initiative.
"Preventing Intimate Partner Violence in Immigrant and Refugee Communities" chronicles LTG's anthropological approach to accomplishing
the goals of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation SWW initiative focused on the evaluation of community-based organizations' interventions for IPV prevention in immigrant
and refugee communities. Read full story.
AWS in San Francisco teams up with LTG.
LTG is helping the Asian Women's Shelter (AWS) evaluate its signature Multi-Lingual Access Model Program. The program allows AWS to meet
the needs of limited-English proficient survivors of intimate partner violence in linguistically appropriate ways. Read full story.
RWJF Profiles LTG's Crain and Tashima.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has published an article profiling LTG managing partners Niel Tashima and Cathleen Crain
and their contribution to Strengthening What Works: Preventing Intimate Partner Violence in Immigrant and Refugee Communities (SWW). Read full story.
LTG Produces Report for Silicon Valley Community Foundation on Indian American & Philanthropy in the Silicon Valley.
A report for SVCF highlights the philanthropy of Indian Americans in the
Silicon Valley and provides a model for future reports on cultural-based philanthropy. LTG team members Pamela Rao, Kristen Hudgins, Cathleen Crain, and Niel
Tashima, conducted research and developed the report for the Silicon Valley Community Foundation. Read full story.