Undergraduate Honoraria: The American Society of Mammalogists supports and encourages undergraduate students to participate in research and engage in the annual meeting. This award is open to all undergraduate student members of ASM currently enrolled in an undergraduate program, or who graduated in the just-completed fall or winter term, and who have participated in mammal research.

President W. H. Burt established the Honoraria Committee in 1953 as the Committee on Honoraria for Graduate Students.  Its name was shortened to ‘Honoraria Committee’ in 1968. In 2012, awarding of travel awards was added to the committee’s function and the name was changed to the ‘Honoraria and Travel Awards Committee'; and in 2020, Care Assistance Travel Awards were added

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