Tomorrow a.m. I’m off for Norman, Oklahoma, home of the University of Oklahoma and site of the Evolution 2011 meetings: the annual joint confab of the Society for the Study of Evolution, the American Society of Naturalists, and the Society of Systematic Biologists. I’ll be speaking on Sunday at 5:30 and returning to Chicago on Wednesday.
As always, pinch-bloggers Greg Mayer and Matthew Cobb will fill in when they can. I’ll post when possible, but it’s gonna be busy. Among all the meetings, talks and organizational duties, I hope to fit in a trip to the Cowboy Museum in Oklahoma City. I may also get nommed by a pit bull.
These are the biggest evolution meetings in North America, and next year they’re going to be huge, for we’ll be meeting with the Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution and the European Society for Evolutionary Biology in Ottawa, Canada.
If you’re going to Norman, I’ll see you there!
The onion burger—an indigenous specialty of Oklahoma