(01 May 2020) The Ethologische Gesellschaft is looking for two new extended council members, representing our early career researchers. If you would like to get involved, please have a look here. The deadline for applications is 31 May 2020.
(01 May 2020) Dr Lysanne Snijders received the Tinbergen Award of the Ethologische Gesellschaft – congratulations!
(28 March 2020) The Annual Meeting of the Ethologische Gesellschaft 2021 will take place in Berlin. Further information will follow.
The Ethologische Gesellschaft is a non-profit organization, founded with the aim of supporting behavioural research in science and teaching. It was founded on 10 October 1978 in Basel (Switzerland). At the meeting 116 members were present, and the society now has about 400 members, most of whom are from German-speaking countries (Austria, Germany, Switzerland) and the Netherlands.
Anyone who is or was a researcher in Behavioural Biology is welcome to join the society. The society also welcomes members who want to financially or intellectually support the aims of the society.
Twice a year the society publishes its booklet EthoNews, which is sent to all members as pdf by email. It includes sections on internal matters, research/perspectives, projects/meetings as well as abstracts from BSc, MSc and PhD theses.
Every other year, the society awards the prestigious Niko Tinbergen Award to outstanding investigators in Animal Behaviour research. Furthermore, the society supports small research projects, projects of early-career researchers, and attendance at its own and other conferences, and is involved in organizing the biannual European Conference on Behavioural Biology (ECBB). The society organizes an annual meeting, and together with the German Zoological Society, an annual meeting for MSc and PhD students.
The Ethologische Gesellschaft e.V. stands up for the realisation of equality, human rights and tolerance towards all people independent of their background. We do not accept any kind of antisemitism, discrimination, homophobia, racism, or sexism. Furthermore, we support the Jena declaration ‘The concept of race is the result of racism, not its prerequisite’, which was approved by the German Zoological Society and the President of Friedrich Schiller University Jena.
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