Vol. 62, No. 1 | February 2017
 

Opportunities


Online Applications for the Animal Behavior & Conservation Master’s Program at Hunter College, The City University of New York

Our unique MA program prepares students for careers related to animal behavior and offers interdisciplinary courses that apply ecological and evolutionary principles to the study of behavior, communication, cognition, welfare and conservation science. Our students work with our faculty and develop skills in research and work in research labs and wildlife facilities. See HunterABC.org

 


Social Media Manager Needed

The Public Affairs committee is looking for a graduate student or post-doctoral scholar to take on the role of social media manager (Facebook and Tweeter) for ABS for the next few months. In exchange we offer discounted registration to attend the ABS meeting. We expect the social media scholar to tweet regularly with ABS news and articles, as well as during the ABS meeting.  Interested parties should email publicaffairs@animalbehaviorsociety.org with a paragraph explaining your interest.

 
ABS Newsletter

Send general correspondence concerning the Society to Sue Bertram, secretary@animalbehaviorsociety.org. Deadlines for materials to be included in the Newsletter are the 15th of the month preceding each issue. The next deadline is April 15, 2017. Articles submitted by members of the Society and judged by the Secretary to be appropriate are occasionally published in the ABS newsletter. The publication of such material does not imply ABS endorsement of the opinions expressed by contributors.

Animal Behaviour

Animal Behaviour, manuscripts and editorial matters: Authors should submit manuscripts online to Elsevier’s Editorial System (http://ees.elsevier.com/anbeh/). For enquiries relating to submissions prior to acceptance, contact the Journal Manager (yanbe@elsevier.com). For enquiries relating to submissions after acceptance, visit Elsevier at http://www.elsevier.com/journals. For other general correspondence, contact Kris Bruner, Managing Editor, Animal Behaviour, Indiana University, 407 N. Park Ave., Bloomington, IN 47408, USA. E-mail: krbruner@indiana.edu.
Phone: 812-935-7188.

Change of address, missing or defective issues: ABS Central Office, 2111 Chestnut Ave., Ste 145, Glenview, IL 60025, USA. Phone: 312-893-6585, Fax: 312-896-5614,
E-mail: info@animalbehaviorsociety.org.