The Great AmNat2020 Scavenger Hunt

ASN Scavenger Hunt
*one person per category
*Introduce yourself, or better, post a selfie to Instagram or Twitter with #AmNat2020

-Past President of ASN

-Current President of ASN

-Current Editor-in-Chief of Am Nat

-Past Editor-in-Chief of Am Nat

-Any editor at Am Nat

-Anybody who has reviewed an Am Nat paper

-Somebody who has published a paper about fish

-Somebody who has published a paper about birds

-Somebody who has published a paper about plants

-Somebody who has published a paper about invertebrates

-A theoretical ecologist

-A piece of advice from a faculty member

-A piece of advice from a post-doc

-A piece of advice from a student

-Your scientific role model

-Somebody who authored a paper the year you were born

-A story of failure from somebody older than you…and how they overcame it

-Somebody who has been to Antarctica

-Somebody whose field research is outside North America

-Ask somebody with a PhD who works outside academia how they got their job

-Somebody whose Bachelor’s degree was not in a scientific discipline

-Ask somebody who was in Marching Band whether they still play their instrument

-A collegiate athlete

-Somebody who has been on TV talking about science

-Somebody who has been on TV for a non-science reason

-Somebody who has run a marathon

-Somebody who is giving a Symposium talk

-Ask a student to explain their research to you

-Ask a question at a poster

-Welcome somebody to their first ASN meeting

-Thank somebody who is retired or retiring soon

-Find a first year faculty member and tell them they’re doing a good job

-Introduce yourself to somebody presenting at the exact same time as you

%d bloggers like this: