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ISA-Midwest 2016 - Panel Information

The final ISA-Midwest conference program is now available! Please look over the final program and be aware that a few minor changes were made.

If you are serving as chair, please send an email reminding panelists to send their papers to the discussant and other panelists no later than one week before the conference. You can look up the email address of participants on your panels when viewing a panel's details in our online program. Please note, in order to access your fellow panelist's email addresses, you will need to login to your ISA account.

To contact your panel, go to the panel details in the online program, or click on the item in your schedule. There, once you click on Details, you will see an "Email Participants" option that will create a comma-separated list of the email addresses of participants on your panel. 

We will have LCD projectors and screens available in the conference rooms. However, you are expected to bring your own computer to use with the projector. Mac users, note that you will also need to bring your own VGA adapter.

See you in St Louis!

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ISA Officer Election - 2018-2019

Elections for new officers to the ISA Governing Council (President, Vice Presidents, Treasurer and At-Large Representatives) are now open. The ISA officer election for the 2018-2019 term opens November 5th, 2016, and closes December 5th, 2016. The following is a list of the nominated officers: Patrick James for president; Håvard Hegre, Zaryab Iqbal and Edward Mansfield for vice presidents; T. Clifton Morgan for treasurer, and the following five candidates to stand in the election for our three at-large representative positions: Kristin Bakke, Arie Kacowicz, Selcan M. Kaynak, Kanica Rakhra and Marcelo Valenca.

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