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 AOS proudly recognizes the students receiving research awards for 2018. These awards are not ranked, but honor research that advances our understanding of birds and their conservation. The 2018 awardees (listed in alphabetical order based on award name then recipient last name) are: Donald L. Bleitz Award Austin Spence, University of Connecticut Using molecular scatology to reveal novel biotic … Continue reading Congratulations 2018 AOS Research Award Recipients!
The AOS proudly recognizes the students receiving honors for the best oral presentations given at the 136th stated meeting of American Ornithology in Tucson, Arizona These awards are not ranked, but honor excellence in presenting original, significant science that advances our understanding of birds and their conservation. The 2018 awardees (listed in alphabetical order based on last names for categories with … Continue reading Congratulations to the 2018 AOS Student Presentation Award Winners!
• Email: firstname.lastname@example.org • Twitter Handle: @acdemery • Website/Blog/Etc: kevinburnslab.com • My position with AOS: Student Affairs Committee, Chair Diversity and Inclusion Committee member • My current full-time title and institution: Master's Candidate, San Diego State University • My current career stage: Graduate Student • My lineage of mentors/labs: Undergraduate - A. Kristopher Lappin, C.S.U. … Continue reading Faces of AOS: Amelia-Juliette Demery Bio
4 April 2017 Dear members of the American Ornithological Society: The AOS is embarking on a new effort to increase diversity and inclusion in our Society. Please take 5-10 minutes to fill out this anonymous survey to help us understand our current diversity and develop strategies for becoming a more diverse and inclusive Society. Feel free … Continue reading AOS Diversity Survey – Participation Requested