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Alex Walker posted in Awards on October 14, 2015
The Theory Section is pleased to announce the winners of our book and paper awards for 2015. All of the awards will be conferred at the Theory Section business meeting at the ISA Annual Convention 2016 in Atlanta. 
Alex Walker posted in Awards, ISA Canada on September 04, 2015
ISA-Canada is extremely pleased to report that the ISA-Canada Distinguished Scholar Award committee has completed its deliberations and nominated Professor Sandra Whitworth from York University as the ISA-Canada 2016 Distinguished Scholar.
The International Political Economy Section is pleased to announce that the following scholars will be honored at the 2016 convention: Professor John Ravenhill (Distinguished Scholar Award), Professor Margaret Levi (Outstanding Activist Scholar Award) and Professor David Leblang (SWIPE Mentor Award). 
The International Security Studies Section is still accepting nominations for the Patricia Weitsman Graduate Paper Award.  The award recognizes the best graduate student paper on any aspect of security studies.  The award will be given out at the 2016 ISA Conference in Atlanta. The deadline for nominations is October 15, 2015.

The Feminist Theory and Gender Studies (FTGS) section is awarding the Graduate Student Paper Award 2015 to Nicole Sunday Grove, formerly of Johns Hopkins University and now at University of Hawai'i at Manoa.


Mary Manjikian (  is chairing the 2015 Jim Winkates paper awards for graduate students and undergraduate students. The deadline for paper submissions is September 24, 2015 at midnight EST.  Awards will be announced at the  Conference luncheon on October 24. Please click see the Jim Winkates Award Page for further details.

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