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Joel Davis posted on April 10, 2015 12:07
I invite you to submit nominations for the 2016 FTGS Eminent Scholar to be honored at our meeting in Atlanta next spring. Nominations need to include a statement as to why the nominee deserves to be recognized as our eminent scholar and (ideally) a CV of the candidate.

For more information see also:http://www.isanet.org/ProgramsResources/Awards/FTGSEminentScholar.aspx

All nominations need to be sent to ceg1@st-andrews.ac.uk no later than April 15th

Please spread the word!
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