The American Ornithological Society’s (AOS) Student Affairs Committee is convening a monthly Zoom series to help students collaborate, build community, …
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Nominations for various AOS awards will open when we’ve completed our transition to our new membership portal, expected in late November or early December.
Kessel Fellowship applications open
Nominations for AOS Officers and Elective Councilors open
Nominations for Fellows and Elective Members open
1 December 2020
Student & Postdoc Research Award applications open
4 December 2020
Meet Your Peers networking event for AOS student members, hosted by Student Affairs Committee
Why AOS Now?
Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, UC Berkeley
Chair, AOS Early Professionals Committee
“Birds enrich our daily lives, providing us with an opportunity to consider the evolutionary and ecological connections among species and individuals. I’m proud to support AOS and our collective mission to strengthen our understanding and stewardship of avian life on Earth.”
We hope you'll join us this Friday, 12/4/20 at 4pm, for a Meet Your Peers networking session, the first in an AOS Student Affairs Committee monthly Zoom series, designed to help students collaborate, build community & access PD opportunities. #AOSStudent https://t.co/QS5xxk3Mog https://t.co/5m4P618i9m