ESA Student Section

The Student Section of the Ecological Society of America was formed in 2000 to facilitate communication, both among students and between students and the Society as a whole. Anybody who wishes to become a member of the Student Section must be a member in good standing of the Ecological Society of America through payment of annual dues and section membership fee. Statement of Purpose The purpose of the Student Section of the Ecological Society of America is to: Facilitate communication among all student members of ESA, Enhance interactions between students and the Society as a whole, and Provide a more formal way for students to communicate their needs to the Society.

ESA Student Section - The Beginning

The Student Section of the Ecological Society of America was formed in 2000 to facilitate communication, both among students and between students and the Society as a whole. Anybody who wishes to become a member of the Student Section must be a member in good standing of the Ecological Society of America through payment of annual dues and section membership fee.

Roberto Salguero-Gomez - Chair

Roberto was elected president for the 2009-2010 term.

New Student Seciton Logo

The current logo was originally designed by Jenny Edwards of Oregon State University's Forestry Department of Forest Science!

2010 ESA - Best Undergraduate Poster Presentation

Caitlin Ryan (SUNY Geneseo): Warmer temperatures help an invasive harmful cyanobacterium outcompete native phytoplankton

2010 ESA Annual Meeting - Pittsburgh, PA

ESA Annual Meeting in Pittsburgh, PA (95th) [Interview with Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI)]

2011 ESA Annual Meeting - Austin, TX

2011 Annual Meeting in Austin, TX (96th)

2012 ESA Annual Meeting - Portland, OR

ESA Annual Meeting in Portland, Oregon (94th)

2009 ESA Annual Meeting - Albequerque, NM

ESA Annual Meeting in Albequerque, New Mexico (93rd)

2008 ESA Annual Meeting - Milwaukee, MI

ESA Annual Meeting in Milwaukee, Michigan (93rd)

2009 ESA Student Section Best Undergraduate Presentation Award

Best Undergraduate Oral Presentation: Daniel R. Scholes; Best Undergraduate Poster Presentation: Alexander J. Forde

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