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Former News and Announcements
2011

ASR author Barbara Schneider interviewed by NPR

ASA Style Guide now available on iTunes

New volume in the ASA Rose Series: American Memories: Atrocities and the Law

ASA submits comments to human subjects rule

ASA SREM Committee report approved by Council

New in the ASA Rose Series: Good Jobs, Bad Jobs (Arne Kalleberg)

2010 Audit approved by Council.

ASA launches new media coverage highlights page

Former ASA President J. Milton Yinger dies at 95

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Referendum on membership dues structure passes

ASA welcomes five new MFP fellows

Volunteer or nominate a colleague for ASA committees and offices

ASA launches member-get-a-member campaign

Chairs Conference: View  agenda and watch highlights from last year.

ASA editors' reports for 2010 now available

Honor an outstanding student with a Department Prize

A Message from ASA Council on the Dues Proposal: More Details on the Proposed
Revised Dues Structure

Read about ASA revenues and expenditures, the revenue needs of the ASA, a comparison of ASA membership with comparable organizations, and a letter from the ASA Secretary addressing the new dues proposal.

New Contexts editors: Jodi O'Brien and Arlene Stein

Honor an outstanding student with a Department Prize

ASA Council critical of NRC 2010 assessment of doctorate programs

Amicus Brief – Walmart v. Dukes (2011)

Podcast from February 2011 ASR article on "Neighborhood Immigration and Native Out-Migration"

New ASA section journal, Society and Mental Health, publishes first issue

ASA Seeks Member Input on American Community Survey

Student member travel grants for 2011 Annual Meeting

New ASR study: Popular kids—but not the most popular—more likely to torment peers

Money for Social Science

Journal of World-Systems Research seeks new editor