IUS Canada Conference 2014 Call for Papers
What’s Keeping You Awake at Night? Current Research Trends in Defence and National Security
The 2014 IUS Canada Conference will be held in Ottawa, Ontario from October 17-19. This year’s conference will focus on the valuable contributions to defence and security in national and international contexts by researchers in a variety of governmental, academic, military and other settings. Fiscal restraint has imposed limits on research globally, suggesting that the topics that continue to receive research attention are of such high importance that they continue despite financial and other restrictions on research activities. IUS Canada 2014 will provide an opportunity to bring together a diverse array of research initiatives for discussion and cross-fertilization that will enhance awareness of ongoing research, and encourage the broad dissemination of the best ideas currently on the research agenda of multiple nations.
2013 IUS Conference IUS Chair/President Transition
At the 2013 IUS Conference, Dr. James Burk became the sixth Chair/President of the IUS. Here you can watch a video of the transition ceremony, featuring some concluding remarks by Dr. John Allen ("Jay") Williams and a speech by Dr. Burk on three challenges the IUS faces.
2013 Morris Janowitz Career Achievement Award Ceremony
The Morris Janowitz Career Achievement Award is awarded by the Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society to a limited number of senior scholars whose careers most demonstrate excellence in the study of armed forces and society and important service to the discipline. The winners of the 2013 Award were Reuven Gal and John Allen ("Jay") Williams.
IUS Conference Photos Available Online
The 2013 IUS Conference photos are now available on the IUS Facebook page. Click here to view and download the photos.
This is also a good opportunity to "like" the IUS on Facebook if you would like to keep up to date on IUS news through social media.
The IUS Expands to Social Media
The IUS has expanded our online presence by setting up accounts on each of the main social networks. From Twitter and Facebook to Google+ and LinkedIn, the IUS's new social media initiative will notify you of all IUS updates. In addition to news from the IUS, we're going to be working to use each of these hubs to allow IUS Fellows to meet and sustain the kind of professional relationships that make Fellowship such a worthwhile pursuit.
Social networking allows organizations like the IUS to continue the conference experience to our membership through the entire year by providing discussion platforms for research, opportunities, and conversation. With the addition of a YouTube account, we'll also be able to make video content available.
There's no need to follow every account; information will be shared across all platforms while continuing to be posted here on the IUS website. Add the IUS on your preferred network and you'll start connecting with your peers instantaneously.
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The Morris Janowitz Career Achievement Award is awarded by the Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society to a limited number of senior scholars whose careers most demonstrate excellence in the study of armed forces and society and important service to the discipline.