AIBS Announces New Board of Directors for 2014
Biological sciences group elects new leadership
RESTON, Va., Nov. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The American Institute of Biological Sciences (AIBS) announced today the election results for its next Board of Directors. The new Board is a mix of continuing Board members from 2013 and new members added for 2014. The Board governs the 66-year-old scientific association, headquartered in Reston, Virginia, with a science policy office in Washington, DC.
The current Board will hold its final meeting in Washington, DC on December 5, 2013. The following day, AIBS will hold its annual meeting of the AIBS Council of Member Organizations in conjunction with an exciting new Leadership in Biology Program -- a day-long dialogue with leading life scientists about the needs and opportunities of 21st century biology. The new Board will take office on January 1, 2014.
AIBS provides the biological sciences community and various government and non-government clients with services and programs ranging from scientific peer-review of grant programs to various initiatives in undergraduate science education, science policy, and scientific communications; including publication of the highly regarded science journal BioScience.
The 2014 AIBS Board of Directors is:
Dr. Joseph Travis of Florida State University
Dr. Karen Schmaling of Washington State University
Dr. Judith Skog of George Mason University
Dr. John Tobin of Credit Suisse
Dr. John Burris of the Burroughs Wellcome Fund
Dr. James Collins of Arizona State University
Dr. Muriel Poston of Pitzer College
Dr. Susan Stafford of the University of Minnesota
Dr. Michael Cato of Vassar College
Dr. Eric Nagy of the University of Virginia
Dr. Alan Savitzky of Utah State University
Dr. Charles Fenster of the University of Maryland
Dr. David M. Leslie, Jr. of the Oklahoma Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
Dr. Steward Pickett of the Carey Institute of Ecosystem Studies
Dr. Teri C. Balser of the University of Florida
For more information about AIBS, please see www.aibs.org.
SOURCE American Institute of Biological Sciences