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Final Draft of 24th ACSUS Biennial Conference Program

You can access the final draft of the ACSUS 24th Biennial conference program by clicking on the attached file.  The program is accurate as of October 3rd.  Please note that an update with changes that arise from this point will be listed in an insert in the conference packet that will be distributed at the registration desk.

Looking forward to seeing everyone in Las Vegas in a couple weeks.

Munroe Eagles

Student Conference on Canada, the US, and CANAM Relations - March 16-17, 2018

Brock University in St. Catharines, Ontario, will play host to the "Crossing Borders 2018" Student Conference on Friday, March 16th and Saturday, March 17th.  This conference alternates between venues in Canada and the United States each year, and seeks to bring together undergraduate, graduate, and professional students who share an interest in Canada-US comparisons or cross-border relations.  

Paper propsoals are due February 19th, 2018.  For full details, click on the attached 'call for proposals'.  


Jane Moss honored with "l’Ordre des francophones d’Amérique"

Longtime ACSUS member and supporter Dr. Jane Moss was awarded "l’Ordre des francophones d’Amérique" at the 39th ceremonie honoring inductees at the Parliamentary Buildings in Quebec City on September 20th, 2017.  Hosting the event was the Honorable M. Luc Fortin, Minister of Culture and Communications and Minister Responsible for the Protection and Promotion of the French Language in Quebec's provincial government.  More details on the ceremony can be found in the attached press announcement.  Congratulations Jane!

Donner Medalist Marian Casting Salinger Obiturary

Longtime Durham resident Marion C. Salinger, 100, died August 28 under the care of her daughters and Blue Ridge Hospice in Winchester, Virginia.

Colloquium Call for Papers - Canada, the US, and Indigenous Peoples

Fulbright Canada, and the Center for the Study of Canada at the State University of New
York College at Plattsburgh, in partnership with the University of Hawai`i at Mānoa, are
pleased to announce the third in our annual Canada colloquium series. These scholarly
colloquia are aimed at addressing critical contemporary social, political and economic
issues of relevance to Canada, the United States, and the international community. Our
2018 colloquium sets out to examine a broad range of indigenous issues, and, in


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