Vol. 60, No. 4 | November 2015
 

Call for Nominations



CAREER AWARDS

The Animal Behavior Society has a series of Career Awards that include the following:

Distinguished Animal Behaviorist: outstanding lifetime achievement in animal behavior
Exemplar Award: major long-term contribution to animal behavior
Outstanding New Investigator: outstanding contribution by a new investigator
Quest Award: outstanding seminal contribution
Exceptional Service Award: sustained service contributions to the Animal Behavior Society

Previous winners can be found here: http://www.animalbehaviorsociety.org/web/awards-career.php.

All members of the society are encouraged to prepare and submit nominations for these awards. To aid the Selection Committee and to help codify the procedures involved, the following items must be submitted for a nomination:

  1. A letter of nomination indicating the award for which the nominee is being proposed. It should provide details on the reasons the nominee should be considered for that award
  2. A curriculum vitae of the nominee
  3. Additional supporting letters from colleagues solicited by the nominator

These materials should be submitted online: http://www.animalbehaviorsociety.org/career-awards/

The nomination submission deadline is November 30, 2015.



 

 
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