Scholarly associations

Scholarly associations

Ashley Ruba, a light-skinned woman with wavy hair, holds her award from the APA.
Aug 05, 2022
One scholar’s account of having to pay full conference registration to attend an award ceremony sparks new debate about high meeting costs.

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October 6, 2022
In scrapping remote options for conferences, academia has set out on a dangerous trajectory, Shira Lurie and Nicole Schroeder write.
September 22, 2022
As discriminatory state laws proliferate, higher ed associations need policies to guide decisions on whether to relocate the annual meeting, Erin Hennessy writes.
August 5, 2022
One scholar’s account of having to pay full conference registration to attend an award ceremony sparks new debate about high meeting costs.
August 3, 2022
Remote or hybrid conferences solve a lot of problems but bring other downsides that are underdiscussed, Nolan Higdon and Allison Butler write.
May 11, 2022
They came. They saw. They got COVID-19.
March 10, 2022
The stigma of incarceration often complicates admissions, membership in academic organizations and professional licensure, restricting individuals for years after their release from prison.
January 3, 2022
Groups planning annual gatherings in the coming weeks grapple with the Omicron variant. Most are proceeding with in-person conferences, touting extra safety precautions and more options for participation.
October 20, 2021
Ithaka S+R releases study on the annual conference in the pandemic era and announces new cohort to plan for meetings of the future.
September 30, 2021
John Eastman, legal architect of “Stop the Steal,” and Claremont Institute pull out of political science meeting after their panels were moved online. The group threatens legal action, but many political scientists say Eastman has no place among them.
September 13, 2021
Pitched the Delta curveball, some scholarly associations turn to online meetings again while others still plan to meet face-to-face in the coming weeks. The groups are rethinking what annual meetings will look like after the pandemic, with implications for equity and accessibility.  

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