Animal Behavior Conference

Please mark your calendars and join us next year for the 2020 Animal Behavior Conference! March 27th and 28th, 2020. Registration is currently closed.

CISAB sponsors an annual Animal Behavior Conference each spring. The conference has grown into a regional meeting attended by more than 200 students and scientists from undergraduates to senior faculty members from 10 states and 30 institutions. The conference offers an outstanding opportunity for animal behaviorists to meet and present their latest research.

The conference typically consists of ≈20 talks across multiple sessions and an evening poster session. It culminates with a plenary lecture by a highly accomplished researcher in the field of animal behavior and an evening reception open to all participants.

Images from the 2019 conference

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2019 Exemplar Award recipient Dr. Hans Hofmann prior to giving his Plenary speech talking with AV committee members Makenzie Mills and Abby Kimmitt.
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2019 Keynote Speaker, Dr. Ellen Ketterson, Indiana University during her Keynote talk (The Juncos' Journey: Migration and Adaptation in our Changing World).

 

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Former IU Animal Behavior B.S. graduate Brigit Rooney gives talk on graduate work at Western Kentucky University.
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The 2019 ABC Poster session this year featured 60 posters from around the midwest highligting doctoriates, graduates, and undergraduates work on animal behavior.
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The 2019 Animal Behavior Conference welcomed back for the 2nd year two students from our Animal Behavior REU program: Valeria Toro Diaz and Yvette Rodriguez Jimenez.