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Joel Davis posted on April 16, 2014 17:13

Although it has been but a few weeks since we met in Toronto, it is time to nominate people for the awards that will be given out at ISA 2015: the ICOMM Distinguished Scholar Award, The ICOMM Book Award, and the ICOMM Best Paper Award. Please note the deadlines are earlier now so that we can comply with ISA deadlines. So, please get your nominations in as soon as possible for these awards:

ICOMM Distinguished Scholar Award

This award will be given annually at the International Studies Association Annual Meeting to a scholar whose work has made a substantial impact in the area of international communication in the context of international studies. Special consideration will be given to scholars with a history of service to the International Communication Section and ISA. Scholars who have previously received this award are not eligible for nomination. Please submit your nomination by writing a letter outlining the scholar's contributions. 

The letter should be addressed to the International Communication Section Chair Jenifer Whitten-Woodring (jenifer_whittenwoodring@uml.edu)
 
Deadline: May 1, 2014
 
(see full guidelines here: http://www.isanet.org/ProgramsResources/Awards/ICOMMDistinguishedScholar.aspx)

ICOMM Book Award

The International Communication Book Award is presented at the International Studies Association Annual Meeting to the book that is nominated and deemed to have made the most substantial impact in the area of International Communication in the context of international studies. Please submit your nomination by writing a letter outlining the contribution the book has made to International Communication.

The letter should be addressed to the Chair of the Paper Award Committee Edward Comor (ecomor@uwo.ca)

Deadline: May 15, 2014

(see full guidelines here) 

ICOMM Best Paper Award

This award is presented annually to an author (or authors) of a paper that makes an original and important contribution to the field of International Communication.  The Committee accepts nominations (including self-nominations) of papers that are presented in a panel or poster session sponsored by the International Communication Section (ICOMM) at the Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association.

Please submit your nomination to the Chair of the Paper Award Committee Bob Boynton (bob-boynton@uiowa.edu)

Deadline: May 15, 2014

(see full guidelines here)

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