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ISA West Pasadena 2015 - Deadline Extension

To ensure that everyone has had a chance to submit their proposals, we've decided to leave the submission system open through June 5th - so be sure you get any final proposals in!

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IO Distinguished Scholar Award Deadline Extended

Our International Organization Section announces that the call for nominations for the IO Distinguished Scholar Award has been extended to Friday, May 22nd

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Call for Nominations - Dina Zinnes Award

ISA's Scientific Study of International Processes Section (SSIP) invites nominations for the 2016 Dina Zinnes Award. Nominations are due by June 1, 2015.

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ISA 2016: 3rd Annual Pay It Forward

Applications are open for the 2016 ISA Pay it Forward program!  This is designed to mentor female graduate students and junior faculty to successfully maneuver within the discipline and will take place at ISA Atlanta 2016. Event activities will target processes of getting a job, publication, tenure, promotion, work-life balance, and navigating a gendered field. The deadline to apply is June 5th, 2015, and space is limited, so make sure to complete your application soon!

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Call for Nominations - FTGS Best Student Paper Award

FTGS invites nominations for the 2016 Best Student Paper Award to be awarded at our meeting in Atlanta next spring. Nominations are due by June 19, 2015.

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ISA 2016 Specialty Programs

ISA offers a number of specialty programs and events during the Annual Convention in addition to the convention program. These special programs are intended to add variety and new opportunities for our participants. In 2016 we will offer a number of Innovative Panels, Career Courses, Research Workshop Grants, Working Groups and the Pay it Forward Mentoring Program that we hope will be of interest to our convention participants. 

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