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Dr. Ronald R. Gans – President
Leo Gans – Vice President
Eva Lynn Gans – Secretary, Treasurer
Scientific Advisory Board
Dr. Kraig Adler, Prof. – Cornell University – Head Scientific Advisory Board
Dr. Aaron Bauer, Prof. – Villanova University
Dr. Herb Rosenberg, Prof. – University of Calgary, Canada
Dr. Linda Trueb, Prof. – University of Kansas
Dr. Shai Meiri, Prof. – Tel Aviv University
Dr. Adam P. Summers, Prof. – University of Washington
Liaison to Ben Gurion University
Dr. Amos Bouskila, Prof. – Ben Gurion University, Israel
Our logo is a photo of the nameplate carved by Ray Huey. It consists of balsa wood letters on Masonite board. Ray made it in the spring of 1968 or 1969 when he was getting an MA degree in Zoology at UT Austin.
Ray and Carl had not met, but Ray had been fascinated by Carl’s egg-eating snake work. Those remarkable studies helped convince him to go into functional biology rather than medicine. When Ray learned that a fellow grad student, Billy Martin, was about to head up to Michigan to work with Carl on a frog project, he decided to carve the nameplate and asked Billy to deliver it to Carl. Carl then sent Ray a thank-you letter, which Ray remembers well.
“He thanked me and then said that this nameplate warned visitors of his ‘true ophidian nature.’”
A few years later Carl and Ray finally met, and become friends, colleagues, and co-editors of one volume of Biology of the Reptilia.