ESA is seeking nominations for individual members to join several of the Society’s standing committees for terms of three years beginning in August 2021.
To serve on an ESA committee is to make an important, lasting contribution to the Society and to the field of ecology. It is a tremendous opportunity to develop leadership skills, connect with colleagues from around the world and advance your career.
Nominations, including self-nominations, are currently open for seats on the following committees. ESA welcomes and encourages nominations that reflect the diversity of the Society’s membership. Nominations for each committee role must be submitted individually.
Nominations are due June 18, 2021.
Committees Seeking Nominations
The Education Committee is a new committee that will guide and help to implement ESA’s efforts to promote excellence in ecology education at all levels, support the recruitment and retention of a diverse community of ecologists in a variety of career paths, and facilitate collaborations across the ESA community to amplify education and engagement initiatives.
Additionally, the 4DEE Subcommittee of the Education Committee seeks nominees to advance the important work of a Society-endorsed ecology education framework. Learn more about 4DEE and the subcommittee, and nominate to serve (separate form).
The Diversity Committee is a new committee that will guide ESA’s efforts to create an environment that embraces diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice and facilitates all students and professionals to flourish.
ESA also seeks a Program Chair for the 2023 Annual Meeting scheduled for Portland, Oregon.
The Historical Records Committee encourages members of the Ecological Society of America to conserve documents and photos pertinent to the Society’s history and the history of ecology, and makes the records available.
The Publications Committee works on behalf of the Governing Board to advance the Society’s mission and goals through the dissemination of scholarly research via the journal publication program.