ASB is the largest scientific professional organization in the Southeastern US with ~1400 members from 220 academic and 60 non-academic institutions . Our mission to promote Biology through research and education, is supported each spring with an Annual Meeting where Faculty and students (both graduates and undergraduates) are welcomed to present their research in a friendly, collegial environment that encourages positive and supportive feedback. We welcome scholarly and applied work from all disciplines of the biological sciences, including but not limited to, floristic & plant systematics, ichthyology, herpetology, entomology, invertebrate zoology, community & population ecology, evolutionary biology, conservation biology, microbiology, genetics, cell & molecular biology, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) and scientific pedagogy. Our members receive free online access to the quarterlySoutheastern Biology (SEB)– The Bulletin of the Association of Southeastern Biologists. They also receive a discounted subscription to the quarterlySoutheastern Naturalist (SENA)and provisional free online access to theEastern Biologist (EBIO), both of which are official journals of ASB.