January 2018 Newsletter
Happy New Year!

You are receiving the inaugural AERC newsletter. This e-newsletter will be sent out on a quarterly basis with the purpose of informing and updating AERC members on news and events related to the Association. The newsletter will include membership updates, AERC event information, AERC-related opportunities, member publications and significant research awards/recognitions, and other relevant communications. 

The AERC website will remain housed within the University of Alabama, Birmingham system. The site will continue to be managed and updated by Gene
Rhodes. You can view the AERC website here.

Our Board of Directors has changed - please scroll to the end of the newsletter to find the updated Board members.
Letter from the President
News & Updates

Introducing Jessie Guevara
Jessie Guevara is the new Executive Assistant to the AERC Board of Directors.

Jessie will be the main point of contact for scheduling and planning AERC meetings and events. She will also be the main contact person for any questions that may arise about or related to AERC. 

Jessie can be reached at

Introducing Candice Allouch
Candice Allouch is the FIU Institute of Water and Environment (InWE) Communications Director. She will manage the AERC e-newsletter and other AERC communication materials. 

Starting in April, you will receive a call for content email from Candice quarterly, two weeks ahead of receiving each AERC e-newsletter.

You may contact Candice at

Goodbye to Julie Palakovich Carr
After nine years with the American Institute of Biological Sciences (AIBS), Julie Palakovich Carr is resigning her post as Public Policy Manager at AIBS to move onto a different chapter of her career. Julie will be managing a technology start-up that she co-founded that helps candidates to run for political office.

We'll miss you here at AERC Julie, but congratulations on the new and exciting adventures that lie ahead!
Member Highlight - Coming Soon
Each newsletter will highlight an AERC member group, organization, or individual that is working on impactful ecosystem research. This serves as a way for the AERC community to stay up-to-date on fellow members' work and dedication to ecosystem science research and applications.

In April, we will be featuring the Savannah River Ecology Lab led by Gene Rhodes.
Our Board of Directors
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