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Entries for May 2015

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2015 ISA Constitutional Change Vote

At the most recent meeting of the ISA Governing Council in New Orleans, the Governing Council approved a proposal to the ISA Constitution that would change the requirement on the number of signatures needed to establish a new Section. Instead of having a fixed number of signatures (100 signatures), the proposal would require a percentage (3.5%) of ISA members’ signatures. Any changes to the ISA Constitution must be confirmed by a vote of its members. Please be sure to cast your vote on the amendment proposal by June 15th.

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Call for Innovative Panel Proposals

If you're interested in coordinating an Innovative Panel at the 2016 ISA Annual Convention in Atlanta, Georgia, make sure to submit your proposal before the May 15th deadline!

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Research and Workshop Grant Program Announced

ISA invites proposals for research and workshop grants.  The Research and Workshop Grant program was created in 1992 to support and advance workshops. In 2007, the Governing Council substantially expanded and restructured the program, more than doubling the total amount of funds available. Today, the program is a vibrant part of ISA’s support structure for the advancement of knowledge within the international studies community. The application deadline is July 31st. Apply today!

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