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Entries for August 2016

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ISA Sapphire Series: Second Installment

Welcome to the second installment of the ISA Sapphire Series! The Sapphire Series is designed to highlight key issues in the field and in international affairs. These talks bring together featured scholars and practitioners to discuss current world events, trends in academic research, and new challenges in teaching and learning. These sessions have been recorded and made available to ISA members on our Professional Resource Center website.

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ISA Nominating Committee Report 2017

After careful deliberation, the International Studies Association Nominating Committee (David Capie, Sabine Carey, Nanette Levinson, Galia Press-Barnathan, Norrin Ripsman, Kamal Sadiq, Hendrik Spruyt, Tricia Lynne Sullivan, Birol Yesilada) unanimously agreed on a single slate of candidates for ISA Officers and selected nominees for at-large representatives to the governing council.

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ISA-Northeast Baltimore 2016 Program Announced

We are delighted to inform you that the preliminary program for the ISA-Northeast 2016 conference, to be held in Baltimore, Maryland, USA (November 4-5, 2016), has been announced. We look forward to seeing you in Baltimore in November!

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ISA HQ Introduces Dr. Kristy A. Belton

ISA HQ is very pleased to announce the arrival of our newest team member, Dr. Kristy A. Belton. Kristy received her PhD in 2014 in political science and was most recently a post-doctoral fellow in the Human Rights Center at the University of Dayton. At ISA HQ, Kristy will be working closely with all staff members, but especially on the programming side of our operations with Lembe Tiky and Alex Walker. Among the projects specifically under Kristy’s charge are the Career Courses, Innovative Panels, and the Early Career Scholar Town Hall among other projects throughout the year.

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ISA HQ Bids Farewell to Dr. Andrea K. Gerlak

As the ISA community knows, Dr. Andrea Gerlak has been a central figure around our Association for many years as a member, but also as a highly valued member of the headquarters staff since 2006. But now it is time for Andrea to move on to a faculty position in the Geography Department at the University of Arizona starting this fall semester. So it is with much regret that ISA bids farewell to Andrea at HQ, but we wish her well in the coming years in this next phase of her professional and scholarly life. Please join us all in wishing her well in the weeks, months and years ahead.

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