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Distinguished awards/premios distinguidos.

The Southwestern Association of Naturalists has established awards that recognize outstanding contributions to the understanding of the biota of the southwestern United States, Mexico, and Central America, and to the Association. Nominations are solicited for the following awards presented by the Association. They should consist of a letter of nomination, several supporting letters of recommendation, and curriculum vitae of the individual nominated. The deadline for nominations is 16 February. Nominations are considered for three years. Nominations should be sent to Mark E. Eberle (meberle@fhsu.edu), Department of Biological Sciences, Fort Hays State University, Hays, KS 67601.

La Southwestern Association of Naturalists ha establecido premios que reconocen contribuciones sobresalientes al entendimiento de la biota del suroeste de los Estados Unidos, Mexico y Centroamerica, y para la Asociacion. Se solicitan nominaciones para los siguientes premios otorgados por la Asociacio n. Deben consistir de una carta de nominacion, unas cuantas cartas de recomendacion, y un curriculum vitae del individuo nominado. Envie nominaciones para el 16 de febrero. Las nominaciones se consideraran por tres afios. Nominaciones deben ser enviadas a la Mark E. Eberle (meberle@ fhsu.edu), Department of Biological Sciences, Fort Hays State University, Hays, KS 67601.

W. Frank Blair Eminent Naturalist Award--Recognizes excellence in a lifetime of commitment to outstanding study or conservation of the flora or fauna of the southwestern United States, Mexico, and Central America. Past recipients are Charles C. Carpenter (1986), James R. Dixon (1987), Walter W. Dalquest (1988), Clark Hubbs (1989), E. Lendell Cockrum (1990), Henry S. Fitch (1991), Howard McCarley (1994), Harley P. Brown (1997), Robert Rush Miller (1998), Neil H. Douglas (1999), David E. Brown (2000), Hobart M. Smith (2001), Roger Conant and Robert C. Stebbins (2002), Albert P. Blair (2003), Wilmer W. Tanner (2004), Douglas A. James (2006), Jonathan Campbell and Ernest A. Liner (2007), Anthony A. Echelle and Alice F. Echelle (2010), William Duellman (2011), and Henry Robison (2012).

El Premio Naturalista Eminente W. Frank Blair-Reconoce la excelencia y dedicacion durante toda la vida al estudio o conservacion sobresaliente de la flora o fauna del suroeste de los Estados Unidos, Mexico, y Centroamerica. Ganadores anteriores son Charles C. Carpenter (1986), James R. Dixon (1987), Walter W. Dalquest (1988), Clark Hubbs (1989), E. Lendell Cockrum (1990), Henry S. Fitch (1991), Howard McCarley (1994), Harley P. Brown (1997), Robert Rush Miller (1998), Neil H. Douglas (1999), David E. Brown (2000), Hobart M. Smith (2001), Roger Conant y Robert C. Stebbins (2002), Albert P. Blair (2003), Wilmer W. Tanner (2004), Douglas A. James (2006), Jonathan Campbell y Ernest A. Liner (2007), Anthony A. Echelle y Alice F. Echelle (2010), William Duellman (2011), y Henry Robison (2012).

Donald W. Tinkle Research Excellence Award--Presented to an individual who, in the past 10 years, has made a significant contribution to knowledge and understanding of the biota of the southwestern United States, Mexico, and Central America through scientific articles and books. Significance of these written works and their quality and quantity are factors in selection of a recipient of this award. Past recipients are David J. Schmidly (1988), Michael A. Mares (1989), John W. Bickham (1990), J. Knox Jones, Jr. (1992), Robert J. Baker (1993), Anthony A. Echelle and Alice F. Echelle (1994), Troy L. Best (1995), William J. Matthews (1996), Salvador Contreras-Balderas (1998), Cornelio Sanchez-Hernandez (1999), Ronald A. Van Den Bussche (2003), James R. Dixon (2004), Armando Contreras-Balderas (2006), Caryn Vaughn (2007), Mark S. Hafner (2008), Aurelio Ramirez-Bautista (2009), and Stanley F. Fox (2012).

El Premio Excelencia Investigacional Donald W. Tinkle--Se otorga a un individuo que, en los ultimos 10 afios, ha hecho una contribucion significativa al conocimiento y entendimiento de la biota del suroeste de los Estados Unidos, Mexico, y Centroamerica en articulos y libros cientificos. La importancia de estos trabajos escritos y su calidad y cantidad son factores en la seleccion de un ganador de este premio. Ganadores anteriores son David J. Schmidly (1988), Michael A. Mares (1989), John W. Bickham (1990), J. Knox Jones, Jr. (1992), Robert J. Baker (1993), Anthony A. Echelle y Alice F. Echelle (1994), Troy L. Best (1995), William J. Matthews (1996), Salvador Contreras-Balderas (1998), Cornelio Sanchez-Hernandez (1999), Ronald A. Van Den Bussche (2003), James R. Dixon (2004), Armando Contreras-Balderas (2006), Caryn Vaughn (2007), Mark S. Hafner (2008), Aurelio Ramirez-Bautista (2009), y Stanley F. Fox (2012).

Robert L. Packard Outstanding Educator Award--Presented to an individual who, in his or her career, has made significant contribution to understanding of the biology of the southwestern United States, Mexico, and Central America through teaching or presenting scientific information to the general public. Achievements in one or more of the following areas are considered for this award: number of graduate students, number of undergraduate and graduate courses taught, impact on the careers of students, public lectures, popular articles, public exhibitions, and field trips for the public. Past recipients are Jerry R. Choate (1988), Robert F. Clarke (1989), Michael L. Kennedy (1990), Gary A. Heidt (1992), Gary D. Schnell (1993), Eugene D. Fleharty (1994), Terry L. Yates (1995), James F. Scudday (1996), Mark S. Hafner (1997), Terry C. Maxwell (1998), Ticul Avarez-S. (1999), Edie Marsh-Matthews (2000), Robert J. Baker (2001), John T. Baccus (2002), Robert C. Dowler (2003), Earl G. Zimmerman (2007), David R. Edds (2010), and Bruce G. Stewart (2011).

El Premio Educador Sobresaliente Robert L. Packard--Se otorga a un individuo que, en su carrera, ha hecho una contribucion significativa al entendimiento de la biologia del suroeste de los Estados Unidos, Mexico, y Centroamerica por medio de ensefianza o presentacion de informacion cientifica al publico general. Logros en una o mas de las siguientes aireas son considerados para este premio: nuimero de alumnos de postgrado, nuimero de cursos de licenciatura y de postgrado ensefiados, impacto en la carrera de los alumnos, conferencias puiblicas, artiiculos populares, exposiciones puiblicas, y excursions al campo para el puiblico. Ganadores anteriores son Jerry R. Choate (1988), Robert F. Clarke (1989), Michael L. Kennedy (1990), Gary A. Heidt (1992), Gary D. Schnell (1993), Eugene D. Fleharty (1994), Terry L. Yates (1995), James F. Scudday (1996), Mark S. Hafner (1997), Terry C. Maxwell (1998), Ticul Alvarez-S. (1999), Edie Marsh-Matthews (2000), Robert J. Baker (2001), John T. Baccus (2002), Robert C. Dowler (2003), Earl G. Zimmerman (2007), David R. Edds (2010), y Bruce G. Stewart (2011).

Jerry R. Choate Meritorious Service Award--Presented to an individual who has contributed outstanding service to the Southwestern Association of Naturalists. The award recognizes service either in an official capacity, such as committee membership or editorial responsibilities, or as volunteer service that furthers the aims of the Association. Past recipients of the Meritorious Service Award are Jerry R. Choate (1999), Michael L. Kennedy and Phyllis K. Kennedy (2000), David J. Schmidly (2001), Stanley F. Fox and Susana Perea-Fox (2005), and Paula S. Williamson (2009).

El Premio Jerry R. Choate Servicio Meritorio--Se otorga a un individuo que haya contribuido servicio sobresaliente a la Southwestern Association of Naturalists. El premio reconoce servicio ya sea en capacidad oficial como miembro de un comite o responsabilidades editoriales, o como servicio voluntario que avanza las metas de la Asociacioin. Ganadores anteriores del Premio Servicio Meritorio son Jerry R. Choate (1999), Michael L. Kennedy y Phyllis K. Kennedy (2000), David J. Schmidly (2001), Stanley F. Fox y Susana Perea-Fox (2005), y Paula S. Williamson (2009).
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