The Edward O. Wilson Naturalist Award is given to an active investigator in mid-career who has made significant contributions to the knowledge of a particular ecosystem or group of organisms. Nominations are due January 1, 2015. [NOTE EMAIL CORRECTION]
Martha M. Muñoz, Johanna E. Wegener and Adam C. Algar (Nov 2014)
Different ecological and evolutionary processes produce similar clade-level body size clines in Anolis lizards
Wan-Jin Liao and Lawrence D. Harder (Nov 2014)
The ASN Student Research Awards support research by student members that advances the goals of the society: the conceptual unification of ecology, evolution, and behavior. Each award consists of a $2,000 check to the candidate. Deadline for submission of all materials is January 31, 2015. See rest of announcement for details.
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, 2015.
Apply now for the Young Investigator Award, due January 1, 2014.
Evolution 2015, Casa Grande Hotel, Guarujá, São Paulo, Brazil, Joint Meeting of ASN, SSB, and SSE, June 26-30, sbg.org.br/Evolution2015/
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Asilomar, January 10-14, 2016
Why I Am a Naturalist
I am an integrative evolutionary biologist who has focused on the role of hormones in phenotypic variation and the role of ‘hormonal pleiotropy’ in maintaining the tension between independence and interdependence in the evolution of correlated traits. I have been a member of the American Society of Naturalists for many years, and the papers I have written that provide me with the most satisfaction have appeared in issues emanating from ASN Vice-Presidential symposia.
♦ Indiana University, Distinguished Professor