Email from the election website has been sent to all ASN members on March 17 for a one week election to break the tie for VP.
Symposium Proposals Due March 31
Seema Sheth in the recipient of the 2017 American Naturalist Student Paper Award
Talk Proposals Due May 1.
Emily W. Grason (Mar 2017)
Strangers in strange lands: non-native prey rely on general information to assess risk from novel predators
David C. Queller (Apr 2017)
Is Fisher’s theorem uniquely fundamental? No – some others are just as fundamental, as judged by simplicity and scope
PUT IT IN YOUR CALENDAR! April 22
Congratulations to the recipient of the 2017 Sewall Wright Award, Ruth Shaw, and to the recipient of the 2017 E. O. Wilson Award, Edmund D. Brodie III
Congratulations to Sarah Fitzpatrick, Anna Hargreaves, Martha Muñoz, and Alison Wright
The statement of the Joint Societies (American Society of Naturalists, Society for the Study of Evolution, Society of Systematic Biologists) on the free flow of ideas and data in public science, a letter to the Trump Administration
International exchange of expertise is in the interest of American science and security
The first American Naturalist appeared in March 1867. In a countdown to the 150th anniversary, the editors have solicited short commentaries on articles from the past issues that deserve a second look.
The graduate student council has a webpage: http://asngrads.com/asn-graduate-student-council/
The purpose of this site is to facilitate interaction within the ASN graduate student community and, in particular, to provide a message board to coordinate room sharing and events at ASN meetings.
All the ASN/Am Nat bling you could want and you support the Graduate Student Council
June 23-27, 2017
ASN/SSB/SSE Joint Meeting, Portland, Oregon
Why I Am a Naturalist
I've long been a naturalist, in the general sense of enjoying birdwatching or botanizing: in high school I was a naturalist for the Appalachian Mountain Club and helped the Zambian Ornithological Society's bird atlas mapping project. The American Society of Naturalists is the natural home for cross-cutting work, particularly work that tries to fuse an expansive theoretical view of biology with some solid empirical data. I also really appreciate the long history of the ASN as the seminal biological research society of our country.
♦ University of Texas at Austin, Associate Professor