Author: Marcus Tanner


UPDATE: AIS 2020 Conference

Sonoma State University is pleased to announce the opening of registration for the Association for Interdisciplinary Studies Virtual Mini-Conference: Interdisciplinary Responses to the Pandemic: An International Forum.   We are starting to update the program with an exciting array...


AIS Condemns Racism​

As Interdisciplinary scholars, activists and faculty, we write to condemn the continual institutionalized systemic racism in America, especially against black people. We advocate for and stand with all who have been marginalized, silenced, ignored,...


Julie Thompson Klien (2014)

The nominee for [recipient of] the 2014 Newell Award for Exemplary Service is famous for her scholarship on interdisciplinary studies, but even most AIS members are unaware of the nature and extent of her...


Roslyn Abt Schindler (2013)

The fourth recipient of the Newell Award has been a faithful participant in AIS conferences for nearly thirty years, giving presentations on: adult learners, working women, life-long learners, and other non-traditional students; teaching literature,...


Pauline Gagnon (2012)

AIS recognized Pauline Gagnon, past president of AIS, for her contributions to the Association by bestowing on her the Newell Award for Exemplary Service. AIS President Rick Szostak presented her with the award in...