The diversity committee at SSE is a new initiative with the goal of promoting the inclusion of underrepresented communities in all aspects of the society. We are currently gathering data on the diverse communities that SSE represents, so that we can serve you better. We want to hear from you! We want to incorporate your ideas in our mission. If you have opinions on what we can do to help you promote diversity in your institution or the field of evolutionary biology as a whole, please email us at email@example.com.
Want to have your photo on the SSE website? Submit a photo of your favorite organism to be featured in the header of evolutionsociety.org. We encourage submissions that represent any kind of organism - we would like to showcase a variety of species, not just the traditionally charismatic ones! Photos will be considered on a rolling basis. You may only submit photos taken yourself. Photos must be “landscape” and at least 1900 x 1000 pixels. Please submit them via email to Kati Moore at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SSE members receive substantial discounts on publication rates for Evolution (40% off OnlineOpen rates) and Evolution Letters (28% off for SSE members, 30% off for members of both SSE and ESEB). The codes to use to claim these discounts, as well as others, can be found by logging into evolutionsociety.org (click the green Log In button in the top right corner).
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Register now for the American Institute of Biological Sciences Communications Boot Camp in October!
SSE members get $55 off registration - email email@example.com before registering in order to claim this discount.
Learn more and register here.
Did you miss a talk at Evolution, or want to revisit one you saw? The videos of recorded talks are available on the Evolution Meetings Youtube channel here.
The Society of Evolution Education and Outreach Committee is pleased to announce the winner of the 2017 T.H. Huxley Award, Laura Bankers and colleagues working on the National Center for Science Education (NCSE)'s booster club initiative.
Welcome to the new website! In addition to design changes, functional changes include a new format for news articles and an updated main menu. Many thanks to Information & Technology Director Rob Brandt for programming the new site. If you have any problems with the site, please email the Communications Specialist Kati Moore at firstname.lastname@example.org.