The sponsored membership program allows individuals from developing countries who could not otherwise afford an American Society of Mammalogists (ASM) membership to obtain one with full benefits.  ASM members will pay the dues for sponsored members.  There are two types of sponsored memberships.  One is a personal relationship between an ASM member and a colleague in a developing country.  In this relationship, the sponsored member is chosen by the ASM member who then pays the dues each year.  This is an open-ended relationship.  The second type of sponsored membership is managed by the International Relations Committee (IRC).  Potential members may apply directly about obtaining a sponsored membership or may be rec

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