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The proposed amendment to the PSA's By-Laws passed, 244-15. That means that in the upcoming 2010 PSA Election new Governing Board members will be elected to serve a single term of four years, and also limited to serving one consecutive term. The revised version of the PSA By-Laws will be posted shortly.

Finally, I am happy to report that of the 755 Full Members of the PSA eligible to vote at the election's start, 267, or slightly more than 35%, voted electronically in response to email solicitations. This is a slight drop from the 38% turn-out for 2008, possibly to be attributed to this being an odd-numbered, and thus non-Presidential, PSA Election.

I thank those many Full PSA members took the time to vote in this election. This PSA Election ran smoothly due in large part to the experience and dedication of Jay Malone and his staff at the History of Science Society. If you are a Full Member of the PSA and you encountered problems in voting electronically, though, or if you have any other comments, questions, or concerns about the 2009 PSA Election, please contact me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Gary Hardcastle