Faces of AOS: Emily Williams Bio

• Email: ffyngau@gmail.com • Twitter Handle: @wayfaringwilly • Website/Blog/Etc: Emily's masters research: http://www.aliceboyle.net/research/  Denali Birds: https://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/nature/birds.htm • My position with AOS: Member, AOS Communications Committee Member, AOS Early Career Professionals Committee Past member, Student Affairs Committee • My current full-time title and institution: Avian Ecologist, National Park Service, Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska • … Continue reading Faces of AOS: Emily Williams Bio

Faces of AOS: Kevin Omland Bio

• Email: omland@umbc.edu • Twitter Handle: @keomland • Website/Blog/Etc: omlandlab.umbc.edu • My position with AOS: Council Member Diversity & Inclusion Committee, Co-Chair • My current full-time title and institution: Professor of Biological Sciences, University of Maryland, Baltimore County • My current career stage: Senior Professional • My lineage of mentors/labs: Undergrad mentors Dick Holmes & … Continue reading Faces of AOS: Kevin Omland Bio

Congratulations 2017 AOS Early Professional Award Winners!

AOS is pleased to recognize Dr. Michael Butler, Dr. Nancy Chen, and Dr. Riccardo Ton as the 2017 recipients of the Early Professional Awards, the Ned K. Johnson Young Investigator Award and the James G. Cooper Young Professional Awards. ----------------------- The Ned K. Johnson Young Investigator Award recognizes work by an ornithologist early in his or her career who … Continue reading Congratulations 2017 AOS Early Professional Award Winners!

Congratulations 2017 Painton Award Winners – Dr. Katie Dugger et al.

Every two years, the American Ornithological Society bestows the Harry R. Painton Award for a paper published during the past four years in The Condor that makes an extraordinary contribution to ornithology. It includes a cash prize of $1,000. In 2017, the award goes to: Katie Dugger and co-authors* for their article published in 2015. Entitled “The … Continue reading Congratulations 2017 Painton Award Winners – Dr. Katie Dugger et al.

Congratulations 2017 Ralph W. Schreiber Conservation Award Winner – Dr. Daniel Roby

The Ralph W. Schreiber Conservation Award, established  in 2005, recognizes extraordinary scientific contributions to the conservation, restoration, or preservation of birds and/or their habitats by an individual or small team. The award honors Ralph Schreiber, a prominent figure in the American Ornithologists' Union known for his enthusiasm, energy and dedication to research and conservation. The … Continue reading Congratulations 2017 Ralph W. Schreiber Conservation Award Winner – Dr. Daniel Roby