News and Updates from FPA


ISA South Charlotte 2013

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Scholars from across the ISA-South region and beyond are convening next week at Queens University in Charlotte, NC for our annual conference.  On Saturday, October 19 at 5:30 pm, we will hold the ISA-S region business meeting.  At the meeting we will review the "state of the region" and discuss region-relevant matters, including the location of future conferences.  If you have an item to include on the business meeting agenda, please send it to me at tdoleys@kennesaw.edu.
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The updated program is now available!   Please review your roles for the conference and your information at the Program and Events page. We have some important news to share with you for the upcoming ISA South conference. Read more here.

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We hope you'll join us Saturday, October 19, 12:15p-2:00p for our Luncheon and Keynote Address. David Baxter will be speaking on  "Public Private Partnerships in Southern Africa – A Perspective on their Evolution and Implementation."
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Reminder: Jim Winkates Graduate Student Paper Award deadline is Friday, September 27th. For details on the award and submission procedures go to the Winkates Award page.
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ISA South's early registration period ends today. Additionally, if you are on the program, you must register by September 20th to remain on the conference program. 
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September 20th!  You must register by Friday, September 20th, to receive the discounted early registration fee. Additionally, if you are on the program, you must register by September 20th to remain on the conference program.

September 28th! We have a limited number of hotel rooms still available at a discounted rate for conference attendees at the nearby DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel Charlotte. The group rate will be available until September 28th or until the group block is sold-out, whichever comes first.

Thank you for registering and we look forward to seeing you in Charlotte!

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