National Science Foundation liaison

James E. Rodman jrodman at NSF.GOV
Thu Nov 4 15:05:35 CST 1993

Dear Colleague in Ecological and Evolutionary Biology:
     In an effort to promote communication between program staff at
the National Science Foundation in the Division of Environmental
Biology and the members of the many societies relevant to the work
we support, our Division Director Dr. James Gosz has appointed each
program director as liaison with particular societies.  This
individual will expedite exchange of information and advice.  From
you and your colleagues we hope to learn about scientific trends
and opportunities in ecology and evolutionary biology, about
training issues and other personnel matters, about people
interested in serving as visiting program directors or panelists or
reviewers, and about any other matters that you think important for
us to know.  In turn, we can provide information about programs at
NSF, target dates and deadlines, general guidance in proposal
preparation, copies of award lists for recent years and of our
annual reports, and rosters of program officers and telephone
numbers and e-mail addresses at our new Arlington, VA home.
     Society liaisons as of Fall 1993 and e-mail addresses where
known are:
American Association for Advancement of Science - James Gosz,
jgosz at
American Fern Society - James Rodman, jrodman at
American Institute of Biological Sciences - Jane Harrington,
bharring at
American Phytopathological Society - Michael Allen, mallen at
American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists - Therese
Markow, tmarkow at
American Society of Limnology and Oceanography - Richard Dame,
rdame at
American Society of Mammalogists - Mark Courtney, mcourtne at
American Society of Microbiologists - Joann Roskoski,
jroskosk at
American Society of Naturalists - Mark Courtney, mcourtne at
American Society of Plant Taxonomists - James Estes, jestes at
American Society of Zoologists - Therese Markow, tmarkow at
Association of Ecosystem Research Centers - James Gosz,
jgosz at
Association of Systematic Collections - James Estes, jestes at
Association for Tropical Biology - Scott Armbruster,
warmbrus at
Botanical Society of America - Ann Sakai, asakai at
Ecological Society of America - Scott Armbruster, warmbrus at
Society for Economic Botany - James Rodman, jrodman at
Entomological Society of America - Jane Harrington,
bharring at
Estuarine Research Foundation - Richard Dame, rdame at
Mycological Society of America - James Rodman, jrodman at
National Shellfisheries Association - Richard Dame, rdame at
Paleontological Society of America - James Estes, jestes at
Phycological Society of America - James Rodman, jrodman at
Society for Conservation Biology - Scott Collins, scollins at
Society for Ecological Restoration - Michael Allen, mallen at
Society for the Study of Evolution - Ann Sakai, asakai at
Society of Soil Ecologists - Joann Roskoski, jroskosk at
Society of Systematic Biology - Mary McKitrick, mmckitri at
Society of Vertebrate Paleontology - Mary McKitrick,
mmckitri at
Soil Science Society of America - Scott Collins, scollins at

Support for research in basic science is under challenge, and we
hope you will work with us in promoting the best science possible.

James Rodman
Program Director, Systematic Biology
NSF - 4201 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, VA 22230

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