TEXAS SOCIETY OF MAMMALOGISTS
The members of the Texas Society of Mammalogists are driven by a single goal; to promote the study of mammals, living and fossil. As a diverse group of scientists, policy makers, and students centered in Texas and the surrounding states, we work to expand and disseminate knowledge of mammalian ecology, evolution, and conservation. To view our constitution, click here. For a brief history of the society, click here.
TSM Inclusivity Statement
The Texas Society of Mammalogists (TSM) prohibits discrimination, harassment, and bullying against any member because of ancestry, color, national origin, marital status, veteran status, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, religion, age, disability, political affiliation, or any other characteristic protected by law. The TSM expects its members, volunteers, and other constituents, when and wherever they are conducting TSM business or participating in TSM events or activities, to maintain an environment free of discrimination, harassment, bullying, or retaliation.
Discrimination is defined as treating individuals differently – either preferentially or with adverse impact – because they have similar characteristics or because they are from specific groups, unless differential treatment is reasonable, essential, and directly related to conducting TSM business or when serving as an official representative of the TSM.
The Texas Society of Mammalogists annual meetings are held at the Texas Tech University Junction campus on the beautiful Llano River. The 2023 meeting will be held February 10-12. For more information about our meetings please go here.
Membership in the Texas Society of Mammalogists is open to anybody interested in the study of mammals. We work to keep membership dues extremely low to allow students to participate, and have been able to do so because of the financial forethought of our founding members. Click here for more information.