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The SET section normally produces a newsletter for all members twice a year (Winter and summer). These are emailed to all current members at the time of publication.

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Access the Winter 2014 Newsletter here

Calls For Future newsletter content

Please send items of interest for the next newsletter to the editors: Dr. Murphy Smith (msmith93@murraystate.edu), and Dr. Yu Cong (yu.cong@morgan.edu). Examples of items that fit the newsletter include the following:

  • Recent books or journal articles related to SET - whether you have published them or you have seen other peoples you think others should know about. Conferences and calls for papers related to SET - make sure all regional or local events you may be involved with get good billing this way.
  • This could include non-AAA events too (if directly relevant to section members' interests) - Have you been to an interesting meeting recently? Why not write a few paragraphs for us describing who presented what so we can all benefit in some way from events we couldn't attend?
  • Personal accomplishments e.g. promotions or awards (don't be shy now!) Have you changed jobs recently? Let people know where you are now via the newsletter perhaps!
  • New research projects started or updates on current ones you may be working on. PhD students - tell us what you are doing and what you are finding out - there may be people out there who can help you in all kinds of ways you hadn't thought about - ask!
  • Other items related to SET e.g. comments or questions you'd like answers to or help with. Maybe someone out there has an answer that can help you with an issue you are facing? Ask!


Recent past newsletters are archived below: HMTL based newsletters:

PDF formatted newsletters:

  • Spring/Summer 2013 - click here (379K)
  • Winter 2012 - click here (380K)
  • Winter 2011 - click here (187K)
  • Spring 2006 - click here (200K)
  • Fall 2005 - click here (125K)
  • Spring 2005 - only currently available in paper form - to be available here electronically shortly
  • Fall 2004 - only currently available in paper form - to be available here electronically shortly
  • Spring 2004 - only currently available in paper form - to be available here electronically shortly
  • Fall 2003 - only currently available in paper form - to be available here electronically shortly
  • Spring 2003 - only currently available in paper form - to be available here electronically shortly
  • Fall 2002 - only currently available in paper form - to be available here electronically shortly
  • Spring 2002 - click here (90K)
  • Fall 2001 - click here (650K)


Do please feel free to contact us with any queries or questions you have about anything you find on these pages - the section's webmanager, Rob Nehmer, can be contacted on nehmer@oakland.edu.