The Albuquerque Convention Center in New Mexico will be hosting the 2013 Joint meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists from 10-15 July. The deadline to submit Abstracts is 31 March 2013.
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Student Mentorship at JMIH 2013
Attention Student Members! Would you like to have help making the most of attending the
Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists (JMIH, Albuquerque, July 10-15, 2013)?
SSAR will be continuing a mentorship program for undergraduate and graduate students for
whom Albuquerque will be their first national meeting.
Mentors will be advanced graduate students who have attended JMIH in previous years and who can orient you to the meeting, help make introductions, and enhance your overall meeting experience.
If this is your first meeting, we invite you to apply for a graduate student mentor. We are also accepting applications from graduate students who would be willing to serve as mentors. Applications for both will be accepted during meeting registration.
For more information, please contact email@example.com.
Online version of Scientific and Standard English Names
Fresh on the WWW as of 31 March 2011, you can now go online and see the most updated version for the listing of Reptiles and Amphibians of North America north of Mexico! Dates are presented for most recent changes, stay up-to-date with the official herpetological taxonomy
Scientific and Standard English Names!!!
New Student Mentorship Program
**Applications are now closed for this program; current applicants will be notified shortly with details about the mentorship program at the 2012 WCH**
SSAR will be introducing a mentorship program for undergraduate and graduate students for whom the World Congress of Herpetology (Vancouver, August 8-14, 2012) will be their first national or international herpetology meeting. Mentorship positions will be limited to seven applicants, chosen at random, with the expectation that this program will be expanded in future years. Mentors will be advanced graduate students who have attended international herpetology meetings in previous years and who can orient you to the meeting, help make introductions, and enhance your overall meeting experience.
If this is your first meeting, we invite you to apply for a graduate student mentor. Applications will be accepted during meeting registration. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Succesful JMIH conference, 2011
Thanks to everyone who was able to donate to the auctions and attend the conference, lots of great presentations and good times were had
Meritorious Teaching Award in Herpetology announced in order to recognize individuals with superior teaching effectiveness and mentoring of students in the area of herpetology. Please see the Herpetological Education page for more information.
CONGRATULATIONS to the JOURNAL OF HERPETOLOGY for being Ranked Among the Top 100 Journals in Biology and Medicine in the Past 100 years!.
Interested in becoming a herpetologist? Have a herpetological interest but need a bit of direction? General inquiries about herps? This HERE is your link to some helpful websites and some insightful information from those advancing the field of herpetology! Check it out, get acquainted, and get your feet wet in an incredible and fun field!
The authoritative resource for the scientific and vernacular English Names of Amphibians and Reptiles of North America north of Mexico, with comments regarding confidence in our understanding, Sixth Ed. is now available for download.. FREE, go to the following Link for more information and access to the PDF.
Considerations and Recommendations for Raising Live Amphibians in Classrooms, SSAR’s response to a recent article in Science and Children, Download the article here as a PDF
"Urban Herpetology" (Volume 3 in the Herpetological Conservation Series) has been nominated for a Wildlife Society Outstanding Book Award and editors - Joseph Mitchell, Robin Jung Brown and Breck Bartholomew - have been nominated for the Outstanding Editorship Award. See following PDF for a cover of the book! Urban Herpetology