SEEC 2005

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First Call for Abstracts

Southeastern Ecology and Evolution Conference The University of Georgia Athens, Georgia 11-13 March 2005 http://www.uga.edu/seec

Registration deadline: 4 February 2005

We invite all graduate, undergraduate, and post-doctoral researchers studying in the environmental and life sciences to submit abstracts for either oral or poster presentations at the 2nd annual Southeastern Ecology and Evolution Conference (SEEC) to be held March 11-13, 2005, at the The University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia. Talks will be delivered by Drs. Whit Gibbons, John Avise and Gary Barrett.

SEEC is a professional meeting intended for students in the environmental and life sciences to present their research to their colleagues in a comfortable, fun, and low stress environment. Such events are designed to encourage new friendships within our field and to share newly developed research ideas for feedback. While we expect most SEEC participants to be from the Southeast, we encourage and welcome all interested individuals to submit abstracts and/or attend.

To encourage attendance, registration is only $15 and covers meeting attendance, two continental breakfasts, snacks, coffee, a t-shirt, and $100 cash awards for the best oral and poster presentations. The early registration and abstract submission deadline is February 4, 2005, and may be completed at the following web site:

http://www.uga.edu/seec

We look forward to seeing you at The University of Georgia in Athens for the 2nd Annual Southeastern Ecology and Evolution Conference this March!

For more information, go to http://www.uga.edu/seec

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Not to be outdone:

Northeast Ecology and Evolution Conference 2005 March 18th-20th The Pennsylvania State University University Park, PA

Registration and abstract submission is now open for the Northeast Ecology and Evolution Conference (NEEC), March 18 - 20 at The Pennsylvania State University (University Park, PA). Web registration via our secure server will remain open until March 4, 2005. Abstracts will be accepted on-line until February 4, 2005.

To register now visit the conference website: http://www.ecology.psu.edu/neec

NEEC is a professional meeting organized by graduate students and post-docs to provide a forum for advanced undergraduates, graduate students, and post-docs to present their research in the form of a poster or talk. Poster and Talk topics for NEEC 2005 include animal behavior, biodiversity, biogeochemistry, biogeography, biological invasions, chemical ecology, community ecology, conservation and management, disease ecology, ecophysiology, ecosystems ecology, effects of climate change, evolution of development, genome evolution, marine biology, microbial ecology, molecular ecology, molecular evolution, paleobiology, philosophy of biology, phylogenetics and systematics, plant and animal interactions, population ecology, population genetics, quantitative trait mapping, reproductive biology, soil ecology, spacial ecology and landscape ecology, speciation, symbiosis, and urban ecology.

The weekend will include a reception and panel discussion on “Setting Up a Research Program” on Friday night and a keynote banquet on Saturday night. The keynote speaker will be Dr. Peter Kareiva. Dr. Kareiva has a very distinguished career in ecological research and presently serves as Lead Scientist for the Nature Conservancy. The title of his talk is Conservation Struggles to Mature from “Reactive Teenager” to “Judicious Adult”: Salmon, Return on Investment, and Strategic Priorities

For further information visit the conference website at http://www.ecology.psu.edu/neec.

NEEC 2005 Organizing Committee

And there’s also a MEEC for those of you in the Midwest.

These are all great conferences and an excellent opportunity for undergrads, grad students and postdocs to present their research in relaxed, yet still professional, setting.

And there’s also a MEEC for those of you in the Midwest.

These are all great conferences and an excellent opportunity for undergrads, grad students and postdocs to present their research in relaxed, yet still professional, setting.

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