The Annie M. Alexander Award was established in 2012 to recognize the contributions of master's-level students to research in mammalogy. Its namesake is Annie Alexander, an intrepid naturalist, field biologist and paleontologist who was responsible for the establishment and early success of the University of California’s Museum of Vertebrate Zoology. Along with Louise Kellogg, her companion of 40 years, she made numerous collecting expeditions throughout California and western North America. She was a Charter Member of ASM and its first female Life Member, and actively promoted increasing opportunities for female graduate students in field biology and collections-based research.

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