We need your help as reviewers for AEJMC in Minneapolis

Hello wonderful CSW members or future members
I am still seeking reviewers for the 2016 research paper competitions. So far, I’ve only had 16 people sign up to review, which is not nearly enough to help us have a strong paper competition. Remember: The more people who sign up, the fewer papers everyone will have to read and the better our outcomes will be for everyone! You can still review for us even if you plan on submitting a paper to the Commission.
Before I give you directions for signing up, I’d like to ask you to pass this along to your academic friends as well. The more the merrier for reviewers!
Here’s how to become a reviewer for the CSW: 
First, go to the All-Academic site through the AEJMC website or to this address http://convention2.allacademic.com/one/aejmc/aejmc16/and create an account (username and password) in the All-Academic System. Go to the right side of the page and scroll down until you come to “Click here to create new username and password.”
I would like for you to create your account by Friday, March 11, 2016. This will allow for assignments of papers to proceed quickly and you will have immediate access to your assigned papers to judge soon after the All-Academic system closes for paper uploading.
Creating your user name and password now will also allow you to submit, judge and download papers all from the same created account. You will not be able to view anything yet with All-Academic, but creating your user name and password will allow us to complete the process of updating the site for the Minneapolis 2016 Paper Competition. Each year is unique, and if you created an account last year, you will need to do so again this year.
Second, once you’ve created an account in All Academic, please go to this link and fill out a brief survey: https://usu.co1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_3E4UmdRnqvMuDYh. This will give me a little bit of information about you, your research interests, and how much you feel you can review for us this year. We can’t always honor your requests; however, I will attempt to match your interests as much as is possible based on our reviewer pool.
Thank you!

Candi S. Carter Olson, Ph.D.
AEJMC Commission on the Status of Women Research Chair
Assistant Professor of Media and Society
Department of Journalism and Communication
Utah State University
Ag Research Building 317
4805 Old Main Hill
Logan, Utah 84322
ccartero@gmail.com or candi.carterolson@usu.edu