Andrews Forest People and Community
If you would like to receive updates about our public events and/or receive our Andrews Forest Newsletter, please send your name and email address to .
If you would like to be involved with the research program at the Andrews Forest, please consider becoming a member.
Why become an Andrews Forest LTER Member?
- Gain access to resources, such as funding, equipment, long-term data, and expertise. Notification about special events, opportunities, activities, and meetings that relate to the Andrews Forest Program are shared with all members via our email mailing lists.
- Plug into our extensive network, which is useful in connecting with prospective research collaborators, in searching for jobs and graduate program searches, and in gaining familiarity with other ecosystem research programs. Andrews LTER members are networked with the community through the Andrews LTER personnel web pages and the LTER Network Office's personnel web pages
- See your science in the broader context afforded by the Andrews Program's broad, growing, interdisciplinary understanding and learn more about your science through the interactions with others outside your discipline.
Who can become an Andrews Forest LTER Member?
- Principal Investigators (PI) named in the current NSF-LTER proposal or annual report
- Graduate students funded by the LTER grant or involved through graduate research or the activities of their major professor.
- Related LTER members include people not directly funded by the current NSF-LTER grant, but who are otherwise closely collaborating with LTER PI's, are conducting research on the Andrews Forest, or are associated graduate students.
What does it mean to be an Andrews Forest LTER Member?
Most importantly, members become connected to the Andrews Forest LTER community. As a means of communication:
- Members are automatically included in our email lists. The lists are used to share information about special events, opportunities, activities, and meetings that relate to the Andrews Forest Program
- Members are displayed on the Andrews LTER personnel web pages
- Members are displayed on the LTER Network Office's personnel web pages
How can I become an Andrews Forest LTER Member?
If you would like to become a member of the Andrews Forest community or if you would like to receive updates about our public events and/or receive our Andrews Forest Newsletter, please send your name and email address to the .
Making Changes to your Personnel Information
Members may make changes to their online information using the Andrews Administrative Interface. Use this online tool to update your personnel and biographical profile, your list of current publications, and your studies. Login requires your primary email address (the same one used on the Andrews LTER mailing lists) and your password. If you forgot your password, you can request a new one from the Database Manager. To log into the Andrews Administrative Interface, use the Login button at the top of the Andrews webpages.
Once logged into the Andrews Administrative Interface, there will be a sidebar on the left for Personnel, Studies, and Projects. The 'Update Personnel' link will present the member's personnel profile, which is a tab based system (the tabs are across the top). Member profile information is displayed on the Andrews Forest Members web page. The first tab, called 'Update Contact Info...', displays basic contact information. The second tab, called 'Update Bio Info', includes additional biographical information. The third tab, called 'Associate Key Publications' is how a member can select (and deselect) the publications in the database (Andrews related) that they would like to show up on their member page. In order for the 'Bio Info' to show up on the webpage, the 'Bio Permissions' must be checked. If you have a photo you'd like put up, please send it to Database manager.
Members of the Andrews LTER are included in the online list of personnel on the LTER NETWORK PAGE. Changes to the Network information can be made through the Network website.
Andrews LTER Monthly Meetings
A great way to be involved and stay informed is to attend the Andrews LTER Monthly Meetings. At these meetings, held the first Friday of each month (except during the summer), current events that involve the Andrews are discussed, including important announcements, proposals, publications, funding opportunities, safety issues, and graduate student news and views, to name a few. In many cases, this is your best opportunity to hear about smaller group meetings that may be of interest to you. For more information, view the meeting minutes from the previous Andrews LTER Monthly Meeting.