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Joel Davis posted in Headquarters on February 13, 2014
Many of our regions and sections are currently conducting officer elections in advance of the annual business meetings held at the upcoming ISA Annual Convention in Toronto. Members of ISA-South, English School, FPA, FTGS, IO, Peace Studies and WCIS are reminded to check their email for the e-ballots and cast their vote for new officers. 
Mike Ryckman posted in Headquarters on January 14, 2014
ISA would like to announce a new area on our site providing up-to-date data on the scope and diversity of our membership. These pages use interactive charts, tables, and graphs to show the distribution of our members from whom data are available. The data mostly cover the association as a whole, but we plan to make similar pages available for our Sections, Caucuses, and Regions, over the next year. We hope you'll take a minute to browse these data and better get to know the scope and diversity of this association!
Joel Davis posted in Headquarters on December 13, 2013
The World Politics Simulation Project offers ISA members an innovative, informative and enjoyable way to network on Facebook with colleagues across the globe before the ISA convention and during an ISA workshop in Toronto, 2014. Stepping into the shoes of key decision-makers in the Middle East will give participants a unique opportunity to become a part of active learning community. Registration is ongoing and will end on January 15, 2014.
Joel Davis posted in Headquarters on December 12, 2013
Thank you to all who participated in the recent election for the 2015-2016 Governing Council Officer Election. The election was held Monday, November 18 – December  5, 2013 through ISA's online voting system.
Joel Davis posted in Headquarters on November 19, 2013
The ISA officer election for the 2015-2016 term is ongoing. Ballots were e-mailed on November 18th and we hope to receive your response as soon as possible, but no later than December 5th. Thank you to all the candidates for your willingness to serve and contribute your time to ISA.
Joel Davis posted in Headquarters on October 17, 2013
A number of ISA members have taken advantage of ISA's consultative status with ECOSOC to attend UN meetings and/or conduct research at UN offices. The following is a personal reflection from ISA member Jennifer Sciubba about her experience attending a UN-sponsored working group.
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