January 2010 Issue • Volume 38 • Issue 1

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Call For Nominations

ASA Honors Program
2010 Call for Nominations

2010 ASA Annual Meeting
August 14-17, 2010 • Atlanta, GA

The American Sociological Association seeks applications from exceptional undergraduate sociology students who wish to be considered for the 2010 ASA Honors Program, an experience in professional socialization at the ASA Annual Meeting.

Honors Program students experience a laboratory on the profession at the Annual Meeting. They participate actively, including in special sessions designed just for them, and develop valuable networks with their peers as well as meet prominent professionals in the discipline.

Participation in the Honors Program requires nomination and later, sponsorship, by a sociology faculty member at your college or university.

Interested students and prospective faculty sponsors are encouraged to consult the ASA website at www.asanet.org/students/honors.cfm for additional information and an application form. Contact: Dennis M. Rome, Director, ASA Honors Program (dennis.rome@uwp.edu).

Application Deadline: February 1

2010 ASA Student Forum Advisory Board
Call for Nominations

The ASA Student Forum Advisory Board (SFAB) is seeking nominations for Graduate Student Board members and Undergraduate Student Board members. The term of commitment is two years beginning at the 2010 ASA Annual Meeting in Atlanta, GA, and continuing through the 2012 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 2010, 2011, and 2012 Annual Meetings and attending SFAB-related events and meetings at each Meeting. Self nominations are welcomed.

The nominations subcommittee of the SFAB will review nominations and oversee selection of candidates for the 2010 ASA Spring Election. To be considered, send your curriculum vitae and a brief statement of not more than 250 words indicating why you want to serve on the SFAB and a brief biographical sketch. Should you be selected to be on the ballot, this statement will accompany your name to give voters and idea of who you are and why you want to be on the SFAB. Additionally, indicate any web skills you have. Nominations will only be accepted by e-mail.

Send nominations to: megan.reid@gmail.com. Deadline: March 1, 2010. logo_small

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