This is a reminder that the next ESS Newsletter will be released in mid-December. To appear in the Fall Newsletter, please submit announcements by December 8th to Genia Nizkorodov at email@example.com
Possible submissions include:
• recent book publications by ESS members, in APA format- please include a brief abstract/synopsis
• recent article publications by ESS members, in APA format
• career resources such as fellowship, grants, job placement opportunities, teaching resources, and career development programs/workshops
• calls for paper submissions to journals and conferences
• upcoming events (conferences and workshops)
• prestigious awards received by ESS members
ISA members Dr. Rachel Tiller (SINTEF Ocean), Assistant Professor Elizabeth Nyman (Texas A&M at Galveston) and Professor Aslaug Asgeirsdottir (Bates College) were invited to participate at a UNAI-ISA Forum to discuss the ongoing process towards a new Treaty under UNCLOS, looking at Biodiversity in Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction (BBNJ).
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The following is a list of all the new officers of the ISA.
Vice-chair & Programme Chair:
- D.G. Webster (2018), Dartmouth College, D.G.Webster@dartmouth.edu
- Wil Burns (2018), Forum for Climate Engineering Assessment, American University, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Susan Park (2018), University of Sidney, email@example.com
- Agni Kalfagianni (2019), Utrecht University (The Netherlands), firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ken Conca (2019), American University, email@example.com
- David Downie (2019), Fairfield University, firstname.lastname@example.org
The new leadership team of the ESS is Chair Fariborz Zelli and Vice Chair Sikina Jinna.
Associate Professor Fariborz Zelli works at the Faculty for Social Science at Lund University, in Sweden, in the Department of Political Science. His main research or teaching areas are:
1 international institutions
2 global environmental governance
3 political theory and philosophy
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The Award for best grad student paper went to Scott Hamilton for “Our climate is nuclear”, here with outgoing Chair Susan Park.