The School of International Relations is part of the Dana and David Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences. One of the most popular majors in the College, we currently serve more than 800 undergraduate majors. SIR was founded as an offshoot of the 1922 Pan-American Conference on Education that brought together chancellors and university presidents from 22 countries to discuss the importance of education and to foster international understanding.
Professor Robert English is currently the Director of the School.
The J. Ann Tickner Book Prize honors outstanding new work in the tradition of Tickner’s pioneering scholarship.
Administered biennially by the School of International Relations (SIR) at the University of Southern California (USC) in Los Angeles, the prize includes a $1,000 award and an invitation to USC to give a formal lecture. Four copies of books to be considered must be sent to the committee by the deadline of August 15th, 2015. Nominations must be in English, and have a copyright date between July 2013 and June 2015.
The winner will be announced in Spring 2016, and the Honoree Lecture will be scheduled for academic year 2016 – 2017.
Please contact Linda Cole for submission address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Arranged by the Executive Board of the International Relations Undergraduate Association (IRUA), participating teams included Glimpse from the Globe, Model United Nations, the Southern California International Review Journal (SCIR), IRUA, and a team of Professors, including professors Peet, Godinez, and Director English. The professors dominated this intense battle of wits, leaving SCIR in second place and the students well aware that they were outmatched—for now.