If you are an ASN member, you should have received an email with a link to the voting site. Check out the candidates and vote!
Anna Hargreaves, Karen E. Samis, and Christopher G. Eckert (Feb 2014)
Species range limits commonly depend on dispersal, which differs fundamentally between elevational and geographic limits
Student Poster Award--for a student member of the ASN who presents an outstanding poster at the annual meetings of the society.
The American Society of Naturalists will award $500 each to 15 graduate students to help defray the cost of attending the 2014 meetings in Raleigh, North Carolina. Awards will be chosen from a random drawing of eligible students who apply via the registration form online. To be eligible, student must be a student member of the American Society of Naturalists, must be presenting a paper or poster at the meeting, and must not have received the travel award in the previous year.
The ASN Executive Council is pleased to announce three new Honorary Lifetime Members: Joseph Felsenstein, Richard C. Lewontin, and Jane Lubchenco
Registration is now open: 2014 Raleigh, North Carolina, Joint Meeting of ASN, SSB, and SSE, June 19-25 (Twitter: @evol2014) http://evolution2014.org/
Why I Am a Naturalist
I have a natural home in the American Society of Naturalists. Its tag phrase, “conceptual unification of the biological sciences,” seems to sum up what really interests me about nature—and what it means to me to be a naturalist and a Naturalist. That’s probably why, in my 11th year on the editorial board of The American Naturalist, I still get a kick out of reading every submission I handle!
♦ University of New Brunswick, Professor
♦ ASN member since 1988