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Angelica Robison posted on October 10, 2013 12:57
The Women's Caucus for International Studies (WCIS) invites nominations for the Susan (Stoudinger) Northcutt Award. The award recognizes a person who actively works towards recruiting and advancing women and other minorities in the profession, and whose spirit is inclusive, generous and conscientious. While also, acknowledging someone who has made significant contributions through service and competence to the field of international studies and to the International Studies Association.  Nominations must be submitted by October 23rd. Please see the award website for more information.
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