Graduate Student Caucus members are encouraged to vote by February 29 at https://www.tfaforms.com/4799645.
All graduate student members of NeMLA are eligible to vote.
Officer descriptions are listed below.
For more information, please email email@example.com.
CAITY Annual Business Meeting
Thursday, March 5, 6–7 PM, Marriott Copley Place, Falmouth
A vote for President/Board Representative will take place at the CAITY Annual Business Meeting on Thursday, March 5, 6 to 7 PM. Constituents must be present at the meeting to vote. Read all candidates’ bios and statements of purpose here. Other topics at the Annual Business Meeting include panels, speakers, and continuing to advocate for our members on topics including pedagogy, unionizing, and nontraditional career paths. Click here for more information.
How are we doing? Fill out our post-convention survey here to let us know how you enjoyed our 50th Anniversary Convention in Washington, DC! And look forward to another survey opening in March 2020 after our 51st Annual Convention in Boston!
The success of NeMLA depends on an engaged volunteer Board. These roles provide an opportunity to shape the annual convention as well as NeMLA's contribution to the profession. Positions on the Board are staggered, so each year different roles become available.
Nominations for May 2021 board openings can be submitted starting March 2020 and are due August 15, 2020. To submit nominations, or for more information about positions or the nominating process, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Open positions accepting nominations include:
A central part of our organization's ability to provide a meaningful scholarly community for our members and constituents depends on electing NeMLA Board Representatives. A membership vote for all May 2021 Board positions takes place online.
NeMLA members: Starting December 2020, read bios and statements for May 2021 Board candidates. An online link to vote will be shared in December.