Each year, AOS confers several prestigious Student Presentation Awards to students (undergraduate, masters, and doctoral) who present an outstanding poster or oral paper at the society’s annual meeting. Each award consists of a $500 honorarium. These awards are administered by the Student & Postdoc Travel and Presentation Awards Committee.
Individuals wishing to be considered for a Student Presentation Award will be required to 1) submit an abstract for the general scientific sessions and then 2) complete a separate student presentation award application through the AOS Member Portal.
The Nellie Johnson Baroody Award, given for the best presentation on any topic in ornithology.
The Robert B. Berry Student Award, given for the best oral presentation on a topic pertaining to avian conservation.
The Mark E. Hauber Award, given for the best oral presentation on avian behavior.
The A. Brazier Howell Award, given for the best presentation on any topic in ornithology.
The Frances F. Roberts Award, given for the best presentation on any topic in ornithology.
The AOS Council Awards, given for the best presentations on any topic in ornithology.
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