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Awards

The Evolution, Biology & Society Section of the ASA invites submissions for the Best Book Award for Faculty for the best book published between 2009 and 2011 but not submitted for the last book award.

Nominations may come from anyone, and self-nominations are acceptable. All nominations should be sent to the chair of the nominating committee, and copies of nominated books for the 2010 award should be sent to each of the committee members by March 1st, 2012.

The committee for this award is composed of Joan Huber (chair), Dept. of Sociology, Ohio State University [huber.3@osu.edu]; Robert McAulay, Dept. of Sociology, Vassar College [mcaulay@vassar.edu]; and Seth Abrutyn, Memphis University[Seth.abrutyn@memphis.edu]

The Evolution, Biology & Society Section of the ASA also invites submissions for the Best Paper Award for Student Members of the Evolution, Biology & Society Section.

Published or unpublished articles are acceptable, as long as the publication date or acceptance is within the period 2009-2012. Co-authored papers are accepted if all authors are students, but the award must be shared.

Author(s) must be student members of the Evolution, Biology & Society Section at the time of submission to qualify for the award.

The award for 2012 is $300.

Nominations may come from anyone, and self-nominations are acceptable. All nominations should be sent to the chair of the nominating committee, and those nominated should send copies of their article to each of the committee members by March 1st, 2012.

The graduate student article committee consists of Christine Horne (chair) [chorne@wsu.edu]; Noah Mark [nmark@uncc.edu] and Christopher Chase-Dunn [chriscd@ucr.edu].