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The IPSA Call for Awards is now open. As you well know, IPSA confers several awards that are presented at the IPSA World Congresses. These awards bestow professional recognition and prestige on recipients, and also include a cash sum.
I invite you all to send in your nominations before 1 November 2022 for the two awards: Karl Deutsch Award and Prize of the Foundation Mattei Dogan. The nomination procedures have been simplified for 2023 and nominations for the two awards can be made by one of the following ways:
a) by a national association of IPSA;
b) by an IPSA Research Committee (RC);
c) jointly by two or more IPSA members in good standing of at least two different nationalities;
d) by an incumbent IPSA Executive Committee (EC) member;
e) from outside IPSA, by established academic institutions active in political science.
I would also like to bring your attention to the newest award – the IPSA Guillermo O’Donnell Award for Latin-American Scholars. The purpose of the award is to honour a Latin American scholar with residence in the region working on pioneering and innovative research in Political Science. The award targets early career scholars who have completed their Ph.D. within the last seven years, without any age limit. The award is named after Prof. Guillermo O’Donnell, IPSA’s Past President and one of Latin America’s most prominent political scientists. The award will be awarded for the first time at the 2023 World Congress in Buenos Aires.
Applications for the IPSA Guillermo O’Donnell Award for Latin American Scholars, Global South Award and The Stein Rokkan Travel Grant Award must be submitted before 1 March 2023.