ISSS-ISAC 2017 Program and Events

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We're excited to announce our 2017 program in Washington, D.C.! To use our online program, including our personalized scheduler, you must be logged in to isanet.org. In the meantime, you are welcome to view our downloadable PDFs of the program and our meetings and receptions list.

Conference Schedule

Friday, October 13, 2017
7:30a-4:30p Registration
7:30a-8:30a Breakfast
8:30a-10:15a Panel Sessions (FA)
10:30a-12:15p Panel Sessions (FB)
12:30p-1:45p Lunch
SIS Greetings: Professor Audrey Cronin, American University
Keynote Speaker: ISA President Ashley Leeds, Rice University
2:00p-3:45p Panel Sessions (FC)
4:00p-5:45p Panel Sessions (FD)
5:45p-6:30p Keynote
6:30p-8:00p Dinner
ISSS Greetings: Professor Eugene Gholz, University of Notre Dame
Keynote Speaker: Professor Robert Jervis, Columbia University
Saturday, October 14, 2017
7:30a-8:15a Registration
7:30a-8:30a Breakfast
8:30a-10:15a Panel Sessions (SA)
10:30a-12:15p Panel Sessions (SB)
12:30p-1:45p Working Lunch: Bridging the policy-scholar gap
Chair: Professor Jim Goldgeier, American University
Discussants: Professor Jeff Colgan (Brown), Professor Audrey Kurth Cronin (American University), Professor Heidi Hardt (UC Irvine), Dr. Sameer Lalwani (Stimson Center)
2:00p-3:45p Panel Sessions (SC)
4:00p-5:45p Panel Sessions (SD)
6:00p-7:30p Closing Reception (Chair: Professor Sharon Weiner, American University)
Closing Happy Hour featuring tips on publishing as well as a networking event for PhD student. Everyone is welcome!

2017 Program Team

James M. Goldgeier | American University
ISSS Program Chair

Chris C. Demchak | US Naval War College
ISAC Chair

Maria Rost Rublee  | Monash University
ISSS Section Chair

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