Our own Dan Papaj was recently elected a Fellow of the Animal Behavior Society. The blurb on the Society web page encapsulates Dan's accomplishments and interests as follows in this excerpt: "Dan´s studies integrate disparate disciplines, such as ecology, plant-insect interactions and animal behavior, through empirical work as well as classic reviews and syntheses. ... recently, Dan has turned toward animal signaling and learning, while still developing research on insect reproductive systems. Overall, his contributions spanning various disciplines have had a lasting impact on the field of animal behavior, both through his publications as well as through the mentoring of young researchers. Congratsulations Dan!