ISSS2019 - Save the Date!!

ISSS2019 will be held June 28th - July 2nd, 2019.

Nature's Enduring Patterns: A Path to Systems Literacy

This will be a different format for the ISSS meeting, beginning on a Friday this year, and ending on the following Tuesday.

Workshops will be incorporated into the main days of the meeting, and proposals for workshops, either 90- or 120-minutes in length should be submitted to the ISSS Journals website.


Conference Locations Update

On Sunday the 22nd of July, ISSS2018 will begin in the Kelley Engineering Center Building, in its open Atrium and surrounding classrooms, for both our registration and Sunday pre-conference workshops. Its address is 110 SW Park Terrace, Corvallis, OR.  On Monday 23, through Friday 27th, the conference will meet in the C2HM Hill Alumni Center, a purpose-built conference facility, at 725 SW 26th Street, Corvallis, OR 97331.  

An interactive searchable map of the Campus can be found CLICK HERE, showing the location of the Kelley Engineering Center Building (KEC), the C2HM Hill Alumni venue and its proximity to the Hilton Garden Inn.

E-ACCESS to Systems Research and Behavioral Science

In 2014 the ISSS moved to Electronic Access to Systems Research and Behavioral Science, rather than the printed mailed copies. The major benefit is that this will not only give you immediate access to an edition of the Journal as it is published, rather than wait for delivery by post, but will also give you access to the full back catalogue of those years of this Journal that are now online. This is the access that is now included with your membership fee for this coming year, and will not result in any increase in that basic membership fee. If you do wish to have a printed copy in additi

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