Please join us 17 to 21 June 2022 for the 101st Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists. The conference will be held in person at the Westin La Paloma in Tucson, Arizona, and will also include a virtual option for remote attendees.
A final PDF version of the ASM 2022 program can be found here.
An online version of the program can be found at this link: (https://www.xcdsystem.com/asm/program/Od6qDam/index.cfm).
Please see this document for a list of program changes and cancellations.
There is still time to register to attend ASM 2022 virtually! Virtual registration will provide ASM 2022 attendees access to plenary and capstone sessions, symposia, members meetings, and all online contributed oral and poster sessions through the conference meeting site. Register here to participate virtually in the ASM 2022 meeting.
You can find more information here about what content is available if you register to attend ASM 2022 virtually.
Learn about the latest advances in the study of mammals and interact with researchers and educators specializing in these fascinating animals. The scientific program will include contributed oral and poster presentations as well as plenary speakers, symposia, and workshops. A full social agenda also is planned including an opening social, the annual Run-for-Research, poster socials, student social, auction, and closing social and awards ceremony. To top it all off, the virtual option will include live plenary and capstone sessions and on-demand presentations for remote attendees. 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!
If you’re feeling excited and can’t wait to learn more about what Tucson has to offer, head over to Tucson’s tourism website to find out about local attractions. From Saguaro National Park to Tucson’s Botanical Gardens, to the gastronomical delights of the many restaurants and food trucks in the “Mexican food capital” of the United States, Tucson is bound to have you tacking on a few extra days of vacation post-conference!
The ASM strives to recognize and account for historical and present day inequalites from which we have benefited or in which we have participated. As part of this we acknowledge that the 101st meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists is being held on the land and territories of Indigenous peoples. Today, Arizona is home to 22 federally recognized tribes, with Tucson being home to the O’odham and the Yaqui. We recognize that the science of mammalogy and our understanding of Arizona mammals is less rich because of Indigenous voices that have been excluded or lost, and reaffirm our commitment to righting the wrongs of our colonial past and present. Please take a moment to consider what role you can play in increasing inclusion in our science.
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