Explore NABS

Society for Freshwater Science Election

General Messages
Posted: 2/01/2012
Expiration Date: 2/21/2022

Dear Colleague;

I am pleased (finally) to be able to open this year's election for the Society for Freshwater Science President (to serve in 2013-2014), and two new Delegates to serve on the Board of Directors. For the first time members will select representatives from the academic employment and early career demographic sectors in addition to a president elect. The delegates will each serve three year terms, and will replace the presidential appointments, who previously served on the Executive Committee. (Next year delegates representing the non-academic employment sector and the International geographic sector will be elected.)

Candidates this year include:

• President: Dr. Sherri Johnson & Dr. Randy Fuller
• Academic Sector: Dr. Al Steinman & Dr. Caryn Vaughn
• Early Career: Dr. Michelle Greenwood & Dr. David Costello

On the ballot site we have provided a biographical sketch and list of qualifications, as well as some additional information about each candidate. We have asked each candidate to respond to questions about issues relevant to the society. We hope this additional information will be helpful in making your selection. The election is open for one month from January 23rd through February 23nd, 2012.

Read about the candidates and vote on the SFS website:

Current members and 2011 members are eligible to vote. You can renew your membership on the SFS website:

Thank you for participating in this important society function.

Lucinda Johnson
Chair, Elections and Place Committee

What's New
  • Making Waves Ep. 23: Freshwater Salinization, Dr. Miguel Cañedo-Argüelles more
  • Announcement of SFS Endorsement of the March for Science more
  • March 2017 Issue of Freshwater Science now online more
  • 2017 Instars Fellowship applications now available more
  • What's happenin'? Find out the news In The Drift... more
  • Emily Bernhardt's President's Environment: Be Kind more
  • Read the Spring 2016 issue of in the drift! more
  • Upcoming deadlines for the Fourth Symposium on Urbanization and Stream Ecology

  • New BRIDGES cluster highlights rapid evidence synthesis in environmental causal assessments

  • New publication describes the fate and ecological effects of amphetamine on biofilm, seston, and aquatic insect communities

  • SFS Bibliography Update:  The 2014 SFS Bibliography is available. 

  • New publication describes dataset developed to assess aquatic condition and watershed integrity


More SFS News...

Back to Top
© 2015 Society for Freshwater Science
Membership Services:
(435) 797-7902 | sfsmembership@usu.edu