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ASEEES Call for Nominations & Applications- Grad Student Rep on Board, Distinguished Contributions Award, Book Prizes, Dissertation Grant, Mentoring, 1917 Resources

Call for Nominations for Graduate Student Representative on the ASEEES Board of Directors
The ASEEES Board of Directors invites graduate student members to consider serving on the ASEEES Board.  Nominations are due April 15:

Call for Applications: ASEEES Dissertation Grants
This is the second year for the ASEEES Dissertation Grant competition. Applications are due April

Call for Applications and Volunteers: ASEEES Mentoring Program
Are you a graduate student or junior scholar/professional and interested in having a mentor? Are you a more senior scholar or professional interested in volunteering as a mentor?  Please complete the forms by April 24:

Call for Nominations: Distinguished Contributions in SEEES Award
We are seeking nominations for the 2017 Distinguished Contributions Award.  Please submit by April 1:

Call for Nominations:  ASEEES Book Prizes
ASEEES offers 8 book prizes for 2017.  The nominations are due by April 15:  

1917 Resources Website
On this centenary year, we are trying to create a resource site on 1917.  Please check it out and submit relevant resources, books, syllabi, and events for us to add to the site: 

ASEEES Commons
We have set up some broad discussion groups on the new ASEEES Commons, which we hope you will join:  If you are interested in moderating these groups or creating other groups, please contact Lynda Park at   ASEEES staff will provide full support.

Regional Affiliate Conferences in April
There are four regional affiliate conference happening in April.  Be sure to check them out and consider

Lynda Park
Executive Director
Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies
203C Bellefield Hall | University of Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh, PA 15260-6424 USA


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