ASA is now accepting nominations for 2022 committee and editorial board membership through January 15, 2021. To standardize the nomination process and better facilitate appointments, ASA utilizes an online form. Nomination forms and a list of frequently asked questions can be found on the ASA website at Home > About ASA > Governance and Committees > ASA Committees and Editorial Boards page.
Current members and adjunct members of committees, subcommittees, and editorial boards whose terms expire in October 2021 are required to complete a self-nomination form by January 15, 2021, in order to be considered for reappointment for the 2022 governance year. Members whose committee/editorial board term ends in 2022 or 2023 will see that the self-nomination form is greyed out for the relevant committee/editorial board since an appointment request for the 2022 cycle is not necessary for that group. ASA members who are interested in serving on a committee or editorial board are also required to complete a self-nomination form to be considered for a new appointment. If the nominee would like colleague nominations to be considered in their record during the review process, the nominee is responsible for soliciting these directly from colleagues.
ASA is fortunate to have many able volunteers seeking nomination; not all nominees can be appointed, as there are a limited number of positions. ASA seeks a proper balance of continuity, experience, diversity, and new talent on each committee.
ASA's foremost goal is effective and productive committees and editorial boards; therefore, colleagues are asked to limit their nominations of others to individuals who have the interest, time, and commitment to serve. ASA members may recommend others for appointments via colleague nominations; however, nominees are still required to complete a self-nomination form by January 15, 2021, in order to be considered.
For a complete list of current ASA committees and editorial board members with terms, see www.asahq.org/about-asa/governance-and-committees/asa-committees.
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