Joint meeting of the
International Primatological Society
and the American Society of Primatologists
August 21-27, 2016
Hosted by Lincoln Park Zoo’s Lester Fisher Center for the Study and Conservation of Apes
Chicago, Illinois, USA
RUPPENTHAL STUDENT TRAVEL AWARDS WINNERS ANNOUNCED
We are proud to announce that we had over 100 applicants for the Joint Meeting of ASP and IPS in Chicago, Illinois. This year, to accommodate the larger Joint Meeting we are able to double the amount of awards that are typically given. Click here for more information
ANNOUNCING THE 2016 IPS/ASP STUDENT COMPETITION FINALISTS!
Thanks to all who entered, and a big thanks to the IPS and ASP Education Committees for giving huge amounts of their time to conduct the first (blinded) round of evaluations! Click here for more information
BOOK YOUR HOTEL ROOM NOW!
Reduced conference rates for the two official conference hotels are now available but space is limited. Make your reservation now while rooms are available. Click here for more information
STILL TIME TO REGISTER FOR IPS
Early bird registration and abstract submission is now closed but you can still get the regular registration rate and attend what is shaping up to be the largest primatology meeting ever!
CONFERENCE SPACE WILL BE LIMITED
This meeting will be among the largest gatherings of primatologists in the world. In order to maximize the number of presenters an individual can be a presenting author on only one oral presentation whether it be a free talk, symposium talk, workshop, or roundtable. If an individual proposes a symposium, he or she can give a talk in that symposium, but this will be their only oral presentation to be given at the conference. The first/presenting author is the individual who registers and submits the abstract associated with that talk and so she or he is also the submitting author; an individual can be a co-author on many talks and symposia, but can only be the submitting author for one. Separate from oral presentations, an individual can submit more than one poster abstract (with multiple co-authors).
Chicago’s Lincoln Park Zoo is proud to host the 26th Congress of the International Primatological Society jointly with the 39th meeting of the American Society of Primatologists. This Joint Meeting will mark the 20th anniversary since the most recent joint IPS/ASP meeting and be the first to be hosted by a zoological park.
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