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REMINDER: NOMINATIONS CLOSE 1st MARCH 2019 for ISCA BOARD ELECTIONS (2019-2023)

Supporting Diversity in Speech Communication

A new area on ISCA web has launched to support diversity in speech communication.

Organising a conference or workshop and want to find out which women are working in a particular area? Access the WomenNspeech database of women working in speech communication. 

Find out about how ISCA supports geographical diversity through its geographical outreach programs.

If there's something you would like to see added or covered by ISCA please email the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. An Ethics sub-committee has been formed on the ISCA Board to look into a code of conduct for ISCA.


Election of members for the Board of ISCA (2019-2023)

[8-Dec-2019] The ISCA Board currently has 14 members from 8 countries (see full list below). Members are elected to the Board for a period of four years and no member may serve on the Board for more than two consecutive terms. The following Board member will have served for two consecutive terms in August, Satoshi Nakamura, and thus will be retiring.

According to the ISCA by-laws, elections to the Board will take place in April-May 2019. We invite nominations from the ISCA membership. Each nomination requires the support of three members of the Association and agreement from the candidate (e.g., by email). The ISCA statutes specify a maximum of three Board members from any one country. Each ISCA member will be asked to cast a anonymous ballot in the election, via a survey website.

Members elected to the Board will be expected to have one of the areas of responsibility listed below, to commit time to furthering the work of ISCA in their area, to attend the two-day Board meetings that take place at each annual INTERSPEECH conference and to participate in additional virtual meetings during the year (teleconferences). All candidates should be aware of these obligations and commit themselves to fulfilling them before agreeing to be nominated.

The Board will accept nominations either from proposers or self-nominations, as long as indication of support is provided. Please send your nomination(s) to the ISCA Secretariat This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. BEFORE March 1st, 2019 (Friday) with the following information:

Full Name and Title:
Position and Institution:
Research area:
Indication of willingness to serve if elected:
E-mail:
URL:
Short biography (one paragraph)
Short statement (one paragraph, describing the work they would intend to do on the Board)
Names and emails of three proposers (ISCA members).

Please provide a photo, for posting on the ballot.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you require further information about the nomination process or about duties of ISCA Board members.

Best regards,
Kate Knill (ISCA Secretary) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Areas:

FINANCE, CONFERENCES, WORKSHOPS, MEMBERSHIP SERVICES AND ISCA WEBSITE, PUBLICATIONS AND ARCHIVE, DISTINGUISHED LECTURERS AND GEOGRAPHICAL OUTREACH, SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS, TRAINING & EDUCATION, TECHNICAL, GRANTS & AWARDS, FELLOWS, INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS, SECRETARIAT

Current Board:

John HANSEN (ISCA President)
Torbjørn SVENDSEN (ISCA Vice-President)
Mark HASEGAWA-JOHNSON (ISCA Treasurer)
Kate KNILL (ISCA Secretary)
Gerard BAILLY
Kay BERKLING
Phil GREEN
Tatsuya KAWAHARA
Lori LAMEL
Sebastian MÖLLER
Hema MURTHY
Satoshi NAKAMURA
Bhuvana RAMABHADRAN
Odette SCHARENBORG


Nominations Open for the ISCA Distinguished Lecturers 2019/20 and 2020/21 (updated 4th January 2019)

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We are now open for nominations for ISCAs Distinguished Lecturers for the periods 2019-20 and open to enquiries for 2020-21.  Details of the scheme are available at ISCA Distinguished Lecturers webpage

 

Each nomination should include the following information:

  - a short biography of the candidate including selected publications (or a website/resume that provides this information)

  - topics/titles of up to three possible lectures that the nominee could give

  - the intended under-represented region (if known)

 

Self-nominations are encouraged.  Other nominators must ensure the nominee is willing to serve if selected.  Nominations from previous years will be only considered if updated.

 

Nominations should be sent to dl_nominations [at] isca-speech.org before 31 January 2019.

 

Thank You

 

Roger K. Moore

Chair: ISCA Distinguished Lecturers  Selection Committee