Tag: Presidents

Write-up of Diana Wall in Nature

Nature published a great summary of Diana Wall’s soil ecology research last month. Wall served as president of ESA in 1999-2000 and became a Fellow of the Society in 2012. If you want to learn more about her, here’s more

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Past Presidents Timelines

Timelines for ESA presidents are divided into two groups. The first covers presidents in office from 1916-1967. The second covers 1968-2015. Early Past Presidents Timeline The Early Past Presidents timeline covers presidents in office from 1915 to 1967. Because they

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Past Presidents Photos

[page in progress; more photos and captions to come] For more photos of ESA Past Presidents, as well as an outline of their contributions, please see Early Past Presidents timeline or Living Past Presidents timeline.

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Transeau Resolution of Respect

EDGAR NELSON TRANSEAU 1875-1960 President (1924) of the E.S.A. As published in the Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America, Vol. 41, No. 2 (Jun, 1960), pp. 62-64. At Jstor stable URL. The greatest contribution of Edgar Nelson Transeau is

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Past Presidents Addresses

After their term is up, presidents of the ESA give a speech. Originally a “President’s Address,” this task later became a primary project of the outgoing Past President. Addresses are given at the Annual ESA Meeting one year after the

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Presidents

In the Society’s early decades, the President was elected annually to serve for one calendar year. By 1950, the annual meeting had settled into mid-year dates and was no longer held in late December. Therefore, beginning in 1968, the term

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Stanley I. Auerbach

Stanley I. Auerbach Born: Chicago, IL 5/21/1921, died 5/1/2004 Education: Illinois (B.S. 1941, M.S. 1947): Northwestern (Ph.D. 1949) Dissertation title: The centipedes of the Chicago area with special reference to their ecology (Ecol. Mon. 21:97-124) Adviser: Orlando Park (C) Comments:

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