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ISA Headquarters posted on December 01, 2015 08:20
I hope you all had a good and productive conference.
 
Please consider nominating a worthy recipient to any of the following ISA-Midwest awards. Nominations for all the awards should be submitted via email to me (dpeksen@memphis.edu) by December 31, 2015. For more information about the awards, please see: http://www.isanet.org/Programs/Awards/Award-List/tag/ISAMidwest
 
Quincy Wright Award
The Quincy Wright Distinguished Scholar will have an exceptional record of scholarship in international studies, a distinguished record of service to the International Studies Association and other international affairs organizations, and, normally, a record of service within the region.
 
Excellence in Teaching and Mentoring Award
This award is broadly designed to honor faculty members in the ISA Midwest region who excel in working with students, recognizing that a core part of our work as educators takes place both in and out of the classroom and can significantly impact the lives of our students.
 
Frank J. Klingberg Award for Best Paper Presented by a Faculty Member
The Frank J. Klingberg is awarded to the best paper presented by a faculty member.
 
J. David Singer Book Award
The ISA Midwest Board has established this as the best book award for the ISA-Midwest Region.
 
Lynne Rienner Award for Best Paper Presented by a Graduate Student
This award is given to the best graduate student paper presented at the annual ISA-Midwest conference.
 
Margaret Hermann Award
This award is given for the best use of text analysis in leadership studies.

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