Despite its name, the American Society for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T) is an international organization, embracing its geographically diverse membership. As a global scholarly organization, ASIS&T has responsibilities and considerations that reach far beyond local and national concerns. That breadth of concern is reflected in deeds, such as a reduced membership fee for those in less developed countries, as well as in words. Including “American” in the name may convey pride and distinction but creates obstacles for some. It is time to consider a name change that accurately reflects the scope and goals of the organization. Members are invited to comment until May 1, 2012, on a change that retains the acronym “ASIS&T” while revising the title to ASsociation for Information Science & Technology.