Calls for Submissions and Nominations
2009 Student Forum Advisory Board Call for Nominations
The ASA Student Forum Advisory Board is seeking nominations for Graduate Student Board members and Undergraduate Student Board members. The term of commitment is two years beginning at the 2009 ASA Annual Meeting in San Francisco, CA, in August and continuing through the 2011 Annual Meeting.
Nominees must be student members of the ASA at the time of nomination and during their two-year term. They also should commit to attending the 2009, 2010, and 2011 Annual Meetings. Self-nominations are welcomed.
The nominations subcommittee of the Student Forum Advisory Board will review nominations and oversee selection of candidates for the 2009 ASA Spring Election. To be considered, send your curriculum vitae including a current e-mail address and a brief statement of intent (please indicate any web skills you may have). Nominations will only be accepted by email.Send nominations to: email@example.com
Deadline to Submit Nominations: March 2, 2009
Call for Nominations
2009 Section Awards
Each of ASA’s 46 specialty sections honor work in their specialty areas through awards made to articles, books, dissertations, career achievements, and other special contributions. The ASA website’s section page lists information on awards for which nominations are sought. Awards will be presented at the 2009 ASA Annual Meeting in San Francisco. Consider nominating colleagues and students whose contributions should have the special visibility accorded by a section award.
To see the complete list of awards, visit www.asanet.org and click on "Sections" located on the left navigation bar. There you will find a link to "Call for Section Awards."
Call for Submission
2009 Annual Film Screenings
The ASA Annual Meeting Program Committee is again setting aside space in which new films/videos may be screened during the Annual Meeting. Members and others who wish to propose a film for inclusion in the 2009 screening series may submit a copy of the film/video and a brief description of the work that notes its relevance to sociological instruction and research. Films that can be fit into a 50- or 80-minute course block are of particular interest.
Films will be judged on time sensitivity, relevance to the field of sociology, and potential use in teaching. Those who submit films will be notified of screening decisions in late spring and your copy of the film will be returned after the annual meeting.
Please send film/video nominations (preferably in DVD format) by
April 1, 2009, to
Academic & Professional Affairs Program
American Sociological Association
1430 K Street, NW, Suite 600
Washington, DC 20005