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Call for Nominations: Susan Northcutt Award

Call for Nominations: Susan Northcutt Award 

The Women's Caucus for International Studies (WCIS) invites nominations for the Susan (Stoudinger) Northcutt Award. The award recognizes a person who actively works towards recruiting and advancing women and other minorities in the profession, and whose spirit is inclusive, generous and conscientious. While also, acknowledging someone who has made significant contributions through service and competence to the field of international studies and to the International Studies Association. 

Recipients must be a current member of ISA.

The recipient must demonstrate the strength of their candidacy based on the intention of the Northcutt Award, which is to recognize not only outstanding service and competence in their field, but also exceptional inclusivity and courageous work in advancing women and other minorities in the international studies profession. 

WCIS has created a separate fund to support this award. Persons wishing to make a donation to this fund can send a check to ISA HEADQUARTERS. The check should be payable to ISA, with a notation that it is for the WCIS Susan S. Northcutt Award Fund. 
The recipient of the Northcutt Award will receive an award certificate and commemorative vase at the ISA Business Meeting.
Selection Process 
The award is made annually on the basis of nominations by member(s) of the ISA and selection by the WCIS Executive Committee. 

Nominations for the Award 
Nominations should include a brief (three pages maximum) articulation of the candidate’s strengths relevant to the aims of the Northcutt Award. 
Self-nominations are welcome.

Nominations for this award must be submitted to the Awards/Nomination Coordinator Saira Bano ( by October 1st, 2017. 


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