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Thomas Henry Huxley Award
This award named in honor of Darwin's very public supporter T. H. Huxley, was established in 2013 to recognise outreach and education achievement for early and mid career scientists. Winners of this award are provided with support to present on behalf of the Society for the Study of Evolution at the annual meeting of the National Association of Biology Teachers (NABT). Annual calls for nomination will be advertised on the SSE web site and through appropriate Evolutionary Biology web sources such as EVOLDIR in late January/early February.
The SSE Education Committee is pleased to announce the T. H. Huxley award, named in honor of Darwin's very public supporter, which recognizes and promotes the development of high quality evolution education resources. If you have an interesting project or educational activity to share, consi d er applying for this award. Graduate students and postdoctoral fellows are encouraged to apply. This award provides funding for an SSE member to present evolution education resources at the National Association of Biology Teachers (http://www.nabt.org/) annual conference. This year’s NABT conference will be held Nov. 3-6, 2016 in Denver, CO.
We will begin accepting nominations/application January 1, 2017. The deadline for applying for the 2017 Huxley award is April 4, 2017.
Louise Mead and Kristin Jenkins on behalf of the SSE Education & Outreach Committee
Evolution, Ecology and Behavior
Department of Biology,