DID YOU KNOW…. that ASB members receive a significant discount on subscriptions to Southeastern Naturalist (SENA), the official journal of ASB?
more coming soon on this great membership benefit!
CALL FOR PAPERS FOR SENA SPECIAL ISSUE: WOODLAND IMPACTS OF HEMLOCK WOOLLY ADELGID AND RESULTING BROADER EFFECTS ON THE FOREST ECOSYSTEMS OF EASTERN NORTH AMERICA
See the full call here.
It's here! After a lot of hard work, ASB and Eagle Hill Publishers are proud to announce the first call for manuscripts for our new journal, EASTERN BIOLOGIST.
The focus of this journal is for our non-natural history biologists (biotechnology, cell biology, developmental biology, genetics and genomics, microbiology, molecular evolution, neurobiology, parasitology, physiology, and scientific pedagogy in these areas). Here are the instructions for authors.
WHAT DOES ASB MEAN TO YOU? We're starting a member spotlight and we'd like to hear from YOU! Tell us how ASB has impacted you, either professionally or personally, and your story could be featured right here on the ASB homepage! Contact our Web Editor for more details if you are interested in being a part of this project.
HAS THIS TO SAY…I have been attending ASB (along with my students) for the past 15 years and always keep coming back! It's a great conference for both undergraduate and graduate students to showcase their work in an atmosphere that is welcoming, nurturing, and collegial! My students feel comfortable talking about their research projects and enjoy seeing what their peers at other institutions are doing. It has really inspired my students to continue research and go on to graduate school. If you are looking for a conference for you and your students…. This is it!
WINNERS OF THE ASB 2012 FACEBOOK PHOTO CONTEST This was the second year of our Facebook photo contest, and we had one winner in each of three categories (people, places, and things). The winners photos are featured below. Join us on Facebook to see all of the photos submitted for 2012 and 2011.
Sisters with Ranger Rick
Photo credit: Patricia Cox, Tennessee Valley Authority
White Oak Sinks, GRSM
Photo credit: Sunny Hart,
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Photo credit: Andrea Benson, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga