This is a cheerful call for students interested in getting more involved in the Student Affairs Committee (SAC) within the AOS. The SAC is a committee started by and run by student members of the AOS. We organize a multitude of popular events for the ornithological conferences each year, including the Silent Auction, student-led workshops … Continue reading Calling all AOS students — We want to recruit you as a member of the Student Affairs Committee!
The 137th meeting of the American Ornithological Society (AOS) will be held in Anchorage, Alaska, from 24–28 June 2019. We are now requesting proposals for symposia (half-day or full-day), lightning symposia, workshops, and round-table discussions at the conference. Proposals are due on 1 October 2018 for workshops and on 15 December 2018 for symposia … Continue reading AOS 2019 Call for Symposia, Workshops, and Round Tables
Chicago, IL: July 30, 2018—The American Ornithological Society seeks candidates for the editor-in-chief position for its journal, The Condor: Ornithological Applications. The new editor-in-chief will begin their term in 2019 when Philip Stouffer, Ph.D, the current editor-in-chief of the journal, will step down after a distinguished 6-year term of service. The Condor is an international, … Continue reading Job Announcement: Editor-in-Chief Position, The Condor: Ornithological Applications
Chicago, IL: July 30, 2018—The American Ornithological Society seeks seeks a highly motivated individual with the talent and creativity to deliver the Society’s online communications and social media. The successful candidate will have experience in science writing and storytelling; online communication programs and services, including website development, social media, email communications; content management; and publicity. … Continue reading Job Announcement: AOS Communications Specialist
This month, the AOS ushered in an important, strategic change in publications. After self-publishing our journals, The Auk and The Condor, for the past five years, the society has selected Oxford University Press (OUP) as our new publishing partner. Beginning in 2019, OUP will begin publishing The Auk: Ornithological Advances and The Condor: Ornithological Application, dramatically expanding … Continue reading The American Ornithological Society to partner with Oxford University Press to publish The Auk and The Condor