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Joel Davis posted on April 16, 2014 12:09
Nominations are being accepted for the 2014 Intelligence Studies Section Student Paper Award. Papers on any intelligence topic presented by an undergraduate or graduate student at the 2014 ISA conference in Toronto are eligible.

Nominations are limited to papers presented at the 2014 ISA conference. For co-authored papers, the student nominee must be the principal investigator and author to be eligible for consideration. Self-nominations are permitted, as are nominations from faculty mentors, panel chairmen and discussants, and conference attendees.

Nominations should include:

  • the student's name
  • identification of student's academic institution
  • contact information (email address and phone number)
  • title of the paper being submitted
  • panel name or number in which the paper was presented
A copy of the paper nominated is not required. The Selection Committee will draw nominated papers from the on-line conference archive. As such, papers must have been uploaded to the conference paper archive to be eligible.

Nominations may be made to the selection committee chair, COL Terry Quist ( Deadline: 15 May 2014.

Normally, one award is presented in the amount of $500.00, but the Committee reserves the discretion to split the award among equally deserving recipients.  The award will be presented at the ISS business meeting at the 2015 ISA Annual Convention in New Orleans.
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