ASM 2021 — Late Registration Closes May 31st & Conference T-Shirts Available

Please join us 14 to 18 June 2021 for the 100th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists. For the first time ever, the annual conference will be held virtually, providing the opportunity for mammalogists worldwide to join in the celebration. Learn about the latest advances in the study of mammals and interact with researchers and educators specializing in these fascinating animals. Come celebrate this important milestone in modern mammalogy!

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS
The scientific program will include contributed oral and poster presentations, as well as plenary speakers, symposia, and workshops. The plenary sessions will feature an impressive lineup of student Honoraria and Fellowship recipients and the 2019 and 2020 recipients of the ASM Grinnell, Leopold, and Merriam Awards. Symposia will include current topics in advances in teaching, pathobiology and collections, global mammal distribution and threats, and trait-based ecology. Workshops will provide training in CT data, camera trap data, undergraduate education, 1-on-1 mentoring, and acoustic monitoring. Our capstone speaker, Rodolfo Dirzo, will close out the scientific program.

A full social agenda also is being planned including a family-oriented opening social featuring Charlie Engelman of Nat Geo Kids and Disney+; a virtual run-for-research (#R4R2021); an exclusive screening of Deer 139 for student attendees; and an awards ceremony will follow the capstone session. Virtual field trips of the Washington State University Bear Research, Education, and Conservation Center; the National Museum of Natural History marine mammal collections; and the Duke University Lemur Center and Fossil Collections are also available. Please check the meeting website for more information and regular updates. Please be sure to share and follow ASM 2021 on social media by using #ASM2021!

LATE REGISTRATION ENDS MONDAY, MAY 31ST!!!
Late registration ends Monday, May 31st at 11:59 pm (Central Daylight Time). We currently have nearly 800 registered attendees and over 450 submitted presentations with a wide international representation. Please join your friends and colleagues this summer and register now for ASM 2021 (click here to register)! Let’s continue to set attendance records with our 100th Annual Meeting!

Registration will provide meeting attendees access to conference content for 6 months. Please also do not forget to sign-up for socials, workshops, fieldtrips, and other a la carte items. Contact Christy Classi in the ASM Business Office for assistance, or to modify your registration if you would like to add an a la carte item.

CONFERENCE T-SHIRTS ARE NOW AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE!!!
Given the virtual format of this year’s meeting, we have partnered with Customink.com to sell and distribute our coveted conference t-shirts! All income generated from conference t-shirt sales goes directly to the Future Mammalogists’ Fund to support student research. And for those of you participating in this year’s Gordie Kirkland Memorial Run-for-Research, please do not forget to purchase the run t-shirt to wear on Wednesday, June 16th, and share your sweaty selfies on social media (#ASM2021, #R4R2021)!

All t-shirt options are available for $20. Please click here to visit the ASM Custom Ink site and your make your purchase(s). The ASM Custom Ink site closes May 25th, so purchase your t-shirt(s) today to receive them by the meeting!

ASM CODE OF CONDUCT
Professional conduct is expected of all participants in ASM sponsored activities, including the annual meetings, and of any individual representing the ASM. ASM is dedicated to ensuring the opportunity for active, equal participation in all ASM functions by all members, regardless of gender, race, national origin, ethnicity, age, physical appearance, disability, or sexual orientation. Discrimination and harassment are prohibited by the ASM; no individual should feel harassed, threatened, or unsafe at any ASM sponsored activity. The full text of ASM’s Statement on Inclusion is available here. Concerns or allegations of misconduct or harassment should be directed to the Office of the Ombudsperson or reported online here. Course of action for alleged misconduct may be found here. We note that ASM policies for professional conduct will evolve over time. The most recent version of these policies will be posted on the ASM Ombudspersons website and notifications of updates to the policy will be emailed to all ASM members. All ASM members and participants in ASM sponsored activities are expected to follow the most recent version of ASM Professional Conduct policies.

ALL QUESTIONS CONCERNING ASM 2021 SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO:
Kerrell Dunsmore
The Next Great Event, LLC
Phone: 1-619-990-4172
Email: kerrell@thenextgreatevent.com