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The Midwest Sociological Society

The Midwest Sociological Society is founded in 1936 and incorporated under the laws of the State of Missouri in 1961. It is a membership organization of academic and applied sociologists as well as students of the discipline. About 2/3 of the 1300 members live in the Midwest and about 1/3 of the members are from other parts of the nation and the world. MSS held its first annual meeting in 1937. In 2011-12, MSS celebrated 75 years of scholarship. MSS publishes up to 70 research articles each year in the Sociological quarterly, hold a four-day annual meeting each spring, provide opportunities for leadership and committee work, support a minority fellowship, several grant and award programs and research by MSS members. With the adoption of a long-range strategic plan, MSS is moving forward intentionally, to meet the challenges of the future. MSS annual meetings attract up to 1200 sociologists each year by offering nationally-known plenary speakers, intriguing paper sessions, invigorating roundtables, instructive workshops and interactive poster sessions. Always held in a major Midwestern city, MSS annual meetings also include tours, social events, meet-ups and networking opportunities. Articles cover the entire spectrum of sociological research and inquiry and are often organized into symposiums or special issues. MSS is exempt from sales tax in Missouri and Wisconsin. MSS is professionally audited each year, and files all tax returns in accordance with federal law.

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