Deadline for submitting applications is March 20, 2018. The American Ornithological Society (AOS) is pleased to provide funding for student members of the Society to defray travel expenses to attend the International Ornithological Congress 2018 (IOCongress2018) held in Vancouver, British Columbia, 19-26 August. The AOS is offering travel awards for graduate students and postdocs to help … Continue reading AOS Travel Award to International Ornithological Congress 2018 – Now Accepting Applications!
AOS is pleased to recognize Dr. Kristen Covino and Dr. Scott Taylor as the 2018 recipients of the Early Professional Awards, the Ned K. Johnson Young Investigator Award and the James G. Cooper Young Professional Award. The Early Professional Award winners will present a plenary talk at the 2018 AOS annual meeting in Tucson, Arizona on April 13, … Continue reading Congratulations 2018 AOS Early Professional Award Winners!
Dear AOS Member: Voting in the annual elections of AOS Officers and Elective Councilors is an important way to engage in the American Ornithological Society. Online voting is now open for the American Ornithological Society offices of President-Elect, Secretary, Treasurer, and four Elective Councilors. We are using an online election system to tabulate our votes. … Continue reading Vote now! AOS 2018 Officers and Elective Councilors Election
AOS is pleased to announce a competition, opening soon, for travel awards for graduate student and postdoc members of the society who intend to present a paper or poster at the 27th International Ornithological Congress (#IOCongress2018). Look for eligibility and application details describing the competition shortly! We will be sure to announce and promote when the application … Continue reading AOS Announces: Travel Awards for the 27th International Ornithological Congress – Details Coming Shortly
The Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center and Smithsonian-Mason School of Conservation will be conducting the course " The Ecology and Conservation of Migratory Birds" during the peak of 2018’s fall migration (September 17-28, 2018). This two week course at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute in Front Royal, Virginia emphasizes emerging technologies and tools for advancing ornithological science. The … Continue reading Course Announcement: The Ecology and Conservation of Migratory Birds