Wendy Stainton Rogers is the third winner of the prestigious Stephenson Award, the highest award offered by the ISSSS. Prof. Rogers teaches Q and promotes the methodology at the Open University, Milton Keynes, England.
Annual membership fees are currently being accepted for the 2003-2004 (October is the first month of the ISSSS fiscal year). Fees are US$30 for professionals and US$10 for students. These fees include mail postage in the U.S. and overseas. Members will receive all four issues of Volume 27 of Operant Subjectivity.
Students should send a photocopy of their current semester enrollment form or tuition/fees statement.Fees are payable by check or money order payable to ISSSS. Both Visa and MasterCard are accepted for payment. Credit card transactions require an email sent to the current treasurer of ISSSS and the email should include the type of card, card number, and card expiration date. (For security reasons, members find it convenient to send their credit card information in two separate emails.) These transactions are handled by phone with the ISSSS bank once they have been received by email. Members should include their full names, mailing address (please limit to four lines), occupation, home and work phone numbers, and email addresses.
Checks and money orders can be sent to: Mark Popovich, ISSSS treasurer, Dept. of Journalism, Ball State University, Muncie, IN. 47306, U.S.A. Prof. Popovich’s email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Institutional memberships are US$50, which include issues of Operant Subjectivity, and postage both foreign and domestic. Institutions which become members of ISSSS will receive a copy of the Operant Subjectivity CD-Rom, vols. 1-23. The first 23 volumes of Operant Subjectivity have been put on CD-Rom, which is available to members for US$30, and to institutions for US$50. The CDs are available from the ISSSS treasurer.