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A New, Permanent Home for ASA

In March the American Sociological Association, at 103 years old, is moving into a new permanent home on the fifth and sixth floors of a newly constructed office condominium at 1430 K Street in Washington, DC. The building has a glass fašade facing the K Street bustle, so close to McPherson Square Park you can see the trees and, if not for the traffic, hear the birds. For those who know the District, K Street is easy to remember as the major east-west route through the city. It passes just north of the White House. In fact, the White House is two blocks from ASA’s new headquarters. A quick metro ride from Reagan National Airport or Union Station to the McPherson Square stop brings you to our new home.

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Looking Forward to the 2008 ASA Annual Meeting in Boston

Boston is known for its Emerald Necklace, a chain of parks framing the city designed by Frederick Law Olmstead. More recently Boston is earning another type of green notoriety—as a city that takes global warming seriously. Boston is taking action on both urban sources of greenhouse gas emissions: buildings and transportation.

Congratulations to the 2008 ASA Award Winners

ASA proudly announces the winners of the ASA Awards for 2008. The awards are the highest honor that the Association confers. These outstanding scholars will be recognized at the 2008 Annual Meeting Awards Ceremony in Boston, MA, on Saturday, August 2 at 4:30 pm. The Awards Ceremony will immediately precede the formal address of ASA President Arne Kalleberg.

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