Member Revocation Policy for Professional Misconduct
At the April 30th Council Meeting the APSA Council passed the Member Revocation Policy for Professional Misconduct. This policy applies to the process by which Council will review and determine member revocation requests based on public findings by other institutions and organizations. The member revocation policy compliments the bylaws, anti-harassment policy, and ethics guide. The policy is now available here
Announcing the APSA 2021 Council Nominations
The APSA Nominating Committee is pleased to announce its 2021 nominees for APSA Council. Each has agreed to serve if elected.
The call for nominations was circulated among the membership, and outreach specifically to APSA committees and organized sections was conducted. The committee made its decisions after careful deliberation and consideration for the diversity of the field and the varied interests of political scientists. The candidates will be put to a vote by the full membership via electronic ballot in August. APSA also accepts nominees by petition. The deadline for submitting nominees by petition is June 18. Read More.