The Sewall Wright Award is given annually and honors a senior but active investigator who is making fundamental contributions to the Society's goals in promoting the conceptual unification of the natural biological sciences. Nominations due January 1, 2018.
Nominations/Applications for the Young Investigator Award are due January 1
Elections will be held in 2018. Nominations are due by October 15
The ASN Graduate Student Council seeks members to serve on the Graduate Council. To apply, send an email to Emlyn Resetarits (firstname.lastname@example.org) by August 30 with the subject line "ASN GC application" and attach a single PDF document containing your CV and a short paragraph about why you want to join and what you hope to contribute to the grad council.
An FAQ on the choices for the ASN Stand-Alone Meetings and the Joint Society Evolution Meetings--a response to the ASN Business Meeting (open to all members)
The recipient of the 2017 Presidential Award for the best paper published in The American Naturalist during the preceding calendar year is Robin E. Snyder and Stephen P. Ellner, 2016. “We happy few: Using structured population models to identity the decisive events in the lives of exceptional individuals.” American Naturalist 188:E28-E45.
Report on visits to the U.S. Congress organized by AIBS