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Entries for January 2015


Announcing the New Professional Resource Center

For a number of years now, we've been increasing our professional development activities - often through programs at our Annual Convention and various regional conferences. But, we haven't had a good way to make professional development resources available to our members year-round. Today, we're excited to announce the new Professional Resource Center from ISA. The PRC is a dedicated area on our website, available to ISA members only, that hosts content to help with teaching, life in academia, job searches, and more!



ICOMM Paper Award Winner Announced

The International Communication Section (ICOMM) announces that Milton L. Mueller is the winner of the ICOMM Best Paper Award for his paper “Are We in a Digital Cold War.” The award will be presented at the upcoming ISA Annual Convention in New Orleans.



WCIS Call for Nominations

The Women’s Caucus (WCIS) invites nominations for FOUR open positions on the WCIS Board. The deadline for receiving nominations is Friday, January 30th, 2015. We encourage self-nominations too!



IPE Outstanding Activist Scholar Award

The IPE Section is pleased to announce that Angela Davis will be honored as the section’s 2015 Outstanding Activist Scholar at the upcoming ISA Annual Convention in New Orleans. The panel is on Friday February 20th from 1:45pm-3:30pm in the Napoleon Ballroom in the Hilton New Orleans Riverside.



ISA South 2015 Conference Announced

The ISA South 2015 Annual Conference will be held in Tampa, Florida at the Downtown Hilton on October 23-25. 



World Politics Simulation Project

ISA members are invited to register for the World Simulation Project. The simulation offers ISA members an innovative, informative and enjoyable way to network on Facebook with colleagues across the globe before the ISA convention and during an ISA workshop in New Orleans, 2015. Registration opens on January 15th.


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