Political Science’s Kathryn Lavelle elected as executive committee member for the International Studies Association

Kathryn Lavelle, the Ellen and Dixon Long Professor in World Affairs in Case Western Reserve University’s Department of Political Science, was recently elected as an executive committee member-at-large for the International Studies Association (ISA). After serving as a section program chair in 2016 and a section in 2017, Lavelle will continue her leadership in the ISA with a three-year term in the International Organization section.

Founded in 1959, the International Studies Association is an interdisciplinary organization that aims to identify and discuss current global issues by uniting scholars, researchers and policy experts from around the world. With more than 7,000 members globally, the ISA hosts an annual convention as well as other regional meetings to facilitate new ideas and research among its members.  

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