Vol. 59, No. 3 | August 2014
 

Special Announcement



A WORD OF THANKS

The Animal Behavior Society’s Central Office was started in 1997, with Steve Ramey as manager and Lori Pierce assisting part time. Shan Duncan was with the Center for the Integrative Study of Animal Behavior (CISAB) at the time, but began work for the Animal Behavior Society in 1998. When Steve Ramey left, Shan was hired as the Society Manager and Lori was hired as the Office Manager. This has been the arrangement for the past 15 years. Shan and Lori’s loyalty and work on behalf of the society and all the officers have kept the Animal Behavior Society going through thick and thin and have been greatly appreciated. However, because members of the Executive Committee have to ensure that the Society is administered in the most cost-efficient way over the long term, the Executive Committee recently made the very difficult decision to outsource the running of the society to an outside provider, SPLtrak. Therefore, after 17 years, the Animal Behavior Society will be closing the Central Office within the next six months. While the journal editorial functions will continue to run out of Indiana University, the Animal Behavior Society is currently transitioning to the SPLtrak team. Such a decision was not taken lightly, in large part because of the excellent work Shan and Lori have done for the Animal Behavior Society. Shan and Lori’s attention to detail and the support they have always provided in response to the requests of our members and of the officers in carrying out their duties has been tremendous. The Animal Behavior Society would not be the strong organization it is without their hard work. Please join us in thanking Lori Pierce and Shan Duncan for the years of excellent service they have offered to the Animal Behavior Society.


 

 
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Animal Behavior

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