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PRESIDENT: Holger Mauch, Assistant Professor of Computer Science
local: (727) 864-8372
email: mauchh@eckerd.edu

VICE-PRESIDENT: Jonathan Cohen, Assistant Professor of Marine Science and Biology
local: (727) 864-7827
email: cohenjh@eckerd.edu

TREASURER & SECRETARY: Nancy Smith, Associate Professor of Marine Science & Biology
local: (727) 864-8440
email: smithnf@eckerd.edu

Sigma Xi
Eckerd College
4200 54th Avenue South
St. Petersburg, FL 33711

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Member Benefits

The Eckerd College Sigma Xi Chapter wants you to join as a new member or as a renewed member

Please consider joining the Eckerd College Chapter of Sigma Xi. Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society, is the international honor society of science and engineering. In addition to all of the national and international efforts of the Society, your membership will afford you immediate local benefits. The Eckerd College Chapter has a diverse membership with members from a wide variety of institutions and societies in the TampaBay area, including The American Chemical Society, Florida Wildlife Research Institute, and the University of South Florida. Our members are cordially invited to attend our evening seminars, which are given several times during the year, and our social functions to meet other members and research colleagues.

Founded in 1886, Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society, is a non-profit membership society of scientists and engineers who were elected to the Society because of their research achievements or potential. Membership in Sigma Xi is professionally rewarding and offers a chance to participate in ongoing programs and activities at the local and Society levels.

Active, dues-paying members have access to valuable benefits:

Through Sigma Xi chapters, members enjoy opportunities to network with research colleagues and contribute to programs that impact local communities and institutions.

Grants-in-Aid Research Program is open to all undergraduate and graduate students. Certain funds are restricted for use by individuals who are nominated by Sigma Xi members or who are members themselves.

Subscription to American Scientist, award winning and illustrated, since 1913 it has been dedicated to communicating research developments across disciplinary lines.

Subscription to Sigma Xi Today, the society newsletter.

Chapter newsletter and website that keeps you updated on all of our events, including our evening seminars, social gatherings, and annual banquet.

At least once a year, our chapter hosts a scientist of national recognition who presents his/her research.

Discounts on subscriptions to Nature and Annual Reviews, as well as a 10 percent discount on all Sigma Xi publications and merchandise.

Many members have observed that the most valuable benefits of Sigma Xi are the intangibles, especially the support of Sigma Xi programs that address ethics, education, public understanding of science, and the health of the research enterprise.

Sigma Xi Chapter Members

Ackley, Jeffrey W. (Biology)
Adams, Max D.
Arnold, William S. (Marine Ecology, Mollusc Biology)
Ayres, Paul S. (Metallurgical Engineering)
Baker, Victoria J. (Anthropology)
Beckner, John (Botany)
Borck, Hayley (Computer Science)
Bradley, William Guy (Physiology, Molecular Biology)
Brooker, Hampton R. (Physics)
Brunk, William E.  (Astrophysics)
Burroughs, Henry B. (Computer Science)
Carney, Ashford S. (Marine Biology)
Carr, Misty R. (Biology)
Chapin, Kenneth J. (Biology) 
Ciaccio, Leonard Louis (Chemistry)
Clarke, Courtney E. (Biology)
Class, Jay B. (Polymer Science)
Coffey, Elise C. (Marine Biology)
Cohen, Jonathan H. (Vision Physiology) 
Collins, Nichole M. (Biology)
Cooper, Raymond D.
Corty, Claude (Chemical Engineering)
Corey, Brian E. (Astrophysics, Geophysics)
Croxford, Mark A.
Darby, Catie A. (Biology)
Drechsel, Jessie A (Marine Biology)
Eckes, Maxi J. (Marine Ecology)
Ferguson, John C. (Molecular Biology, Physiology)
Gaskill, Teresa R. (Botany)
Gilbert, Melissa L. (Geology)
Gould, Ashley Rose (Geophysics)
Gowans, Shannon E. (Marine Biology, Marine Mammalogy)
Greenhow, Danielle R. (Marine Biology)
Hanes, Sheila D. (Botany, Ecology)
Hart, Kristen M. (Ecology)
Helm, Rebecca R. (Biology)
Heupel, Christina M. (Biology)
Hollweg, Terill A. (Geology, Marine Chemistry)
Hoover, Kelli J. (Marine Chemistry)
Hudson, Reggie L. (Physical Chemistry, Astrochemistry)
Kalapaca, Henry P. (Nuclear Physics)
Kennedy, Emily M. (Social Sciences)
Kreider, Henry R.
Kyte, Brian G. (Chemistry)
Mauch, Holger (Computer Science)
McGlamery, Merrill H.
McNesky, Justin B (Social Sciences)
Meigs-Friend, Gaia (Environmental Studies)
Mezey, Eugene J. (Inorganic Chemistry, Chemical Engineering)
Michelsohn, Moses J. (Biology)
Mitchell, Kristen Ann (Marine Biology)
Muller, Jennifer K. (Toxicology, Marine Biology)
Nosach, Courtney R. (Marine Biology)
Odell, Jessica L. (Biology)
Olson, Grant L. (Marine Ecology)
Ormsby, Alison A. (Environmental Education)
Randle, Noura J. (Marine geology)
Reichert, Emily J. (Biology)
Richards, Travis M. (Marine Biology)
Rinker, Bruce H. (Forest Ecology) 
Roberts, Gina M. (Biochemistry)
Ross, Ira F.
Santee, Amy L. (Anthropology)
Schmidt, Kimberly E. (Marine Biology)
Schwing, Patrick T. (Physical & Earth Sciences)
Simard, Peter, A. (Marine Mammalogy))
Smith, Nancy F. (Marine Ecology, Marine Parasitology)
Soli, Alan L. (Chemistry)
Sunderman, Stephanie (Marine Biology)
Thornton, Bridget L. (Marine Biology)
Voss, Joshua D. (Coral Reef Ecology)
Walsh, James A. (Organic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry)
Warner, Megan C. (Biology)
Westman, Jack C. (Child Psychiatry)
Wetzel, Laura R. (Marine Geophysics)
Wilcox, Christie L.  (Marine Ecology)
Yeager, Lauren A. (Ecology)