With the February 2018 Ocean Sciences Meeting approaching, I thought it would be the perfect time to approach an ASLO editor (Patricia Soranno, EIC, L&O: Letters) to talk about how editors view conferences and conversations with early career researchers at these events.
We get an inside look at the Smithsonian’s Deep Time collection from Collections Manager and Volunteer Coordinator Matthew Miller and learn what it’s like to be a researcher at the museum from Post-Doc Dr. Caitlin Keating-Bitonti.
As the inaugural Raelyn Cole Editorial Fellow with ASLO I recently had an opportunity to get a glimpse behind the scenes of academic publishing at the ASLO-Wiley Strategy Day.
ASLO sponsored a workshop at the 2017 Aquatic Sciences Meeting focused on using the bystander intervention approach to combating sexual misconduct in the aquatic sciences. The workshop, led by Jane Stapleton, sociologist and professional trainer for sexual harassment prevention and response, offered
The presidents of six aquatic science societies have written to President-elect Trump to offer advice and assistance as the new administration begins to tackle the many issues confronting aquatic resources in the United States. The letter was coordinated by the Consortium of Aquatic Science Societie