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Dustin Rubenstein received an NSF grant to convene a workshop this past summer in New York City to discuss New Frontiers for the Integrative Study of Animal Behavior. The 26 member working group resulted in an NSF white paper discussing the future of animal behavior research, an upcoming issue of Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences devoted to the topic, and two upcoming conference symposia in summer 2015 at the Animal Behavior Society meetings and winter 2016 at the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology meetings.

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