132nd Annual Academy Meeting
Saturday, March 25, 2017
J. W. Marriott, downtown Indianapolis
2nd CALL FOR PAPERS
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You must Register for the meeting before you can upload an Abstract. Once payment is made, go to your Member Account and you will see "Submit an Abstact?" Click on this and the Abstract Submission Form appears.
Luncheon Speaker -- Dr. Robert Shumaker, Vice President of Conservation & Life Sciences, Indianapolis Zoo. Dr. Shumaker is recognized as one of the world's foremost experts in primate behavior.
NEW to the meeting -- Biodiversity Symposium
A symposium on the biodiversity of Indiana and Illinois will be held on the Friday afternoon (the 24th, 1:00 - 5:30 p..) before Saturday’s 132nd Annual IAS Meeting. This symposium will comprise 12 20-minute presentations of our current knowledge of different groups of organisms (vascular plants, lichens, bryophytes, mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish, mollusks, worms, crustaceans, insects, spiders, and fungi) and how to make this information available in useful ways to scientists, teachers, students, and the general public. This symposium is open to everyone attending the IAS Annual Meeting, but when you register for the meeting, you should indicate if you will also attend the symposium (yes or no checkbox on the registration form), so that we can plan for the anticipated audience. There is no additional charge for this event.
The Annual Academy Meeting brings together scientists from industry and academia, science educators, and science graduate and undergraduate students from Indiana and the Midwest, to share some of this country’s latest developments in scientific research and science education.
Please join us!
Please take a moment to RENEW your Membership! Memberships expire December 31, 2016. Renewing your membership will allow you to register for the Annual Meeting at a discounted price.
Welcome New Members
Are you an Indiana senior or junior scientist in academia or industry? A science educator? A graduate or undergraduate science student? A retired member of the scientific community? A science enthusiast?
If you can say yes to any of these questions, and you are not yet a member of the Indiana Academy of Science, now is the time to join.