Policy and Procedures

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Paper presenters are responsible for both providing copies of their paper to their fellow panelists and uploading their paper to the online paper arch...

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Participants who fail to register by the Pre-Registraton deadline will be presumed to have WITHDRAWN their participation and will NOT appear in the An...

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By proposing and accepting formal participation, roundtable participants agree to inform the panel chair, discussant (if applicable), and Program Chai...

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Panel and roundtable chairs are encouraged to invite the participation of relevant scholars outside of North America. Letters confirming the participa...

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ISA funds from the General Operations budget or from any Region, Section or Caucus account can only be used for the benefit of current ISA members or ...

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ISA Headquarters has always been housed within a university inside the United States. Rather than reinventing personnel policies for ISA staff, it is ...

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A member of the executive director’s staff (not including the executive director) is eligible for a bonus upon retirement under the following co...

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Poster sessions for the Convention will be organized into poster panels, a set of between four and six posters grouped on a related theme. Each poster...

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Premier Platinum Sponsors are those companies and organizations pledging at least $10,000 in sponsorship for the ISA Annual Convention. In recognition...

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General Policy: ISA respects the privacy of its members. The association collects demographic information on its members but uses it only for aggreg...

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