The 115th Annual Meeting of the North Carolina Academy of Science was dedicated to the memory of our good friend and colleague, Dr. John C. Clamp. John's untimely passing on 6 February 2018 has left a void in the Academy that cannot be filled. His passing means the loss of institutional memory. He was the Academy's long-time Parliamentarian, and he served the Academy in numerous capacities, including a term as President. John's affiliation with the Academy began decades ago, while still a student at Methodist College, and it was during one of the Academy's annual meetings that John experienced his first research conference.

Dr. Tom Jones, Associate Dean of the Honors Program and Professor of Biology at Gardner-Webb University, writes, “I first met John as a fellow student at Methodist College where we shared many great experiences from the laboratory, classroom, field and bridge table. Some of those that...

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