Our Great Conference Attendees

We’re in the middle of a great conference, that feature 100 attendees from 15 different countries. We’ve enjoyed 2 amazing plenary speakers, 24 full talks, 12 lightning talks and 37 posters! Tomorrow we will have three additional workshops and then a fun...

Twitter and Instagram!

We are excited to announce that ISWE is now on Twitter (@iswe_endo) and Instagram (@iswe_endo). We are doing great things as a society and encourage you to share your work with the world. Those of you attending the upcoming conference, post your photos and reflections...

Congratulations to our travel award recipients!

Congratulations to Gabriela Martins (PhD student, University of Sao Paulo), Sanjeeta Pokharel (PhD student, Indian Institute of Science) and Kristen Counsell (MS student, MS State). Attend our 6th Annual Conference in Orlando to hear their excellent talks. Be sure to...

Social Media Survey

Currently ISWE maintains a website, blog, and Facebook page. We would like to expand information sharing by adding a biannual newsletter and Twitter and Instagram accounts and are interested in learning how our current members use social media and would like to...

ISWE Communications

The ISWE Communications Committee is seeking your help to provide interesting and useful information to our members. If you have things to share or are interested in being highlighted, please contact us at ISWE.Socialmedia@gmail.com. The types of news stories and/or...

Abstract Submission Open

We are excited to announce that we are now accepting abstracts (http://www.iswe-endo-abstracts.org) for submission to the 6th ISWE Conference, hosted by Disney’s Animal Kingdom. The deadline for submissions is February 13, 2017. We welcome your submissions about new...

Strategic Planning

Held at the prestigious Smithsonian Institution Conservation and Research Center, last week the ISWE Board and invited guests spent two days executing strategic planning. Although the weather was cloudy and drizzly, inside the board was fired up and excited about...

Help guide the future of ISWE

The ISWE Board and some guests will be undergoing strategic planning next month.  In preparation, we would like to better understand how to serve the needs of our members.  Please take the time to fill out the survey at the link below about our conference and services...

WEIN – a great resource to share our knowledge!

In today’s post we would like to introduce you to one of the early-adopters of WEIN, Dr. Camryn Allen. Camryn is an ISWE member who works in the Marine Turtle Ecology and Assessment Program at Southwest Fisheries Science Center (part of NOAA Fisheries). She...