Donations

The long-term vitality and vibrancy of the American Society of Mammalogists depends upon the philanthropy of our members and others interested in supporting our programs of research, education, and outreach. Consequently, we gratefully acknowledge the generosity of those who make monetary contributions to the Society. Such financial contributions are particularly critical in supporting the careers of the next generation of mammalogists - our students. Your support of ASM qualifies as a charitable contribution and is deductible for federal income tax purposes to the maximum extent provided by law.  ASM Federal Tax ID: 73-6070926.

This information is as of COB March 18, 2020.

African Graduate Student Research Fund
The African Graduate Student Research Fund supports grants to support research by African students.  The society currently has a shortfall of $1,211.88 to reach the fund's goal amount of $66,666.67. The goal amount is the amount needed for this fund to be self-sustaining and is based on the current amount awarded annually.
 

ASM Fellowship Fund
The ASM Fellowship Fund supports the ASM Fellowship to an outstanding graduate student. The society currently has a shortfall of $436,411.07 to reach the fund's goal amount of $444,444.44.  The goal amount is the amount needed for this fund to be self-sustaining and is based on the current amount awarded annually.

Future Mammalogists Fund

The Future Mammalogists Fund supports Grants-in-Aid of Research to support research by graduate students .  The society currently has a shortfall of $664,210.53 to reach the fund's goal amount of $1,248,888.89. The goal amount is the amount needed for this fund to be self-sustaining and is based on the current amount awarded annually.

Latin American Student Research Fund
Supports grants to support research by Latin American students. The society currently has a shortfall of $69,468.20 to reach the fund's goal amount of $166,666.67 The goal amount is the amount needed for this fund to be self-sustaining and is based on the current amount awarded annually.

ASM Annual Meeting Contributor
Individuals, organizations, or businesses that provide funds ($100-$499) in support of the conference will be recognized as a Contributor to the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists. This level does not provide participation in the Exhibition but does include recognition on media releases, meeting website, and program.
 


ASM Contribution Fund
General contributions to support activities of the ASM

James L. Patton Award
Promotes and supports museum-based research by ASM graduate student members.  The society currently has a shortfall of $20,475.03 to reach the fund's goal amount of $111,111.11. The goal amount is the amount needed for this fund to be self-sustaining and is based on the current amount awarded annually.

Donald W. and Glennis A. Kaufman Research Award
Promotes and supports field-based ecological research by ASM graduate student members on native mammals in a globally endangered ecosystem (native grasslands) in the Great Plains and Canada Prairie Provinces. The society currently has a shortfall of $15,305.68 to reach the fund's goal amount of $55,555.56  The goal amount is the amount needed f
or this fund to be self-sustaining and is based on the current amount awarded annually.

Guy N. Cameron Award Fund
Supports graduate and postdoctoral research on the ecology or behavior of rodents native to the New World (North, Central, South America), with an emphasis on (1) field research or (2) laboratory research that supports or augments field research. 

Oliver P. Pearson Fund
Supports early-career professionals who hold an academic or curatorial position in Latin America
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Sponsored Membership Fund
Supports ASM memberships for mammalogists in developing countries.

Mary Taylor Award for Diversity and Inclusive Excellence in Mammalogy 
Recognizes the impact of an individual or a team through contributions that promote and improve the accessibility, inclusivity, and diversity of our discipline or of our Society.

Black and Indigenous Scholars in Mammalogy Award
Supports Western Hemisphere scholars of Indigenous or Black/African American descent, promoting and facilitating their ability to pursue education or research goals in Mammalogy.


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