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Our thanks to all who participated in the student-led interviews that took place at ISA 2016 in Atlanta. We'll be working with the DMD student team to release a few videos each month as the Program Chair and Section Program Chairs are busy finalizing the Baltimore Program. Check out the team's first interview, get excited about #ISA2017, and maybe make plans to participate in the interviews onsite in Baltimore!

As part of a new initiative, ISA Headquarters began an exciting partnership with local University of Connecticut students in the summer of 2015. This Student Agency team (-ATION) is housed within the Digital Media and Design Department at UCONN, and provides students with experiential learning and real-world challenges, while offering ISA innovative options for the digital age. We're delighted with the partnership and are excited about all the multimedia projects that have come out of this team effort.

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We're working with a student team to document participants' experience at ISA 2017 in Baltimore, as well as craft additional resources for the ISA website and the Professional Resource Center. Plan to stop by and say hi, see what we're up to, and maybe even take a turn in front of the camera. It's a great opportunity to share your thoughts about the Convention and the Association with the ISA community.

Stay tuned for hours onsite, tips from the pros and more footage from our DMD student team.

We're looking forward to seeing you in February!


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