Student Chapter of The Wildlife Society at George Mason University

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The Wildlife Society is a professional organization dedicated to advancing the science and practice of wildlife management and conservation. Founded in 1937, it brings together wildlife professionals, scientists, educators, and students who are passionate about the study and protection of wildlife and their habitats. The society provides a platform for members to exchange knowledge, collaborate on research and conservation efforts, and promote sound wildlife management practices. We combine the passion for wildlife and education while improving the knowledge and career success of George Mason University students.

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Chapter & Members Benefits

Networking Opportunities: Membership provides access to a vast network of wildlife professionals, researchers, educators, and students, facilitating connections and collaborations within the field.

Professional Development: The society offers various resources and opportunities for professional development, such as workshops, webinars, and conferences, helping members stay up-to-date with the latest research and conservation practices.

Publications: Members often receive access to the society's scientific journals and publications, which include valuable research articles, case studies, and conservation updates.

Advocacy and Policy Influence: The society engages in advocacy efforts to influence wildlife-related policies and legislation, allowing members to contribute to conservation efforts at a broader scale.

Grants and Scholarships: Some chapters or divisions of The Wildlife Society offer grants, scholarships, and funding opportunities to support members' research and educational pursuits.

Continuing Education: Access to workshops, training sessions, and educational resources can aid in members' ongoing learning and skill development.

Mentorship: Members may have the chance to connect with experienced professionals who can serve as mentors and offer guidance in their careers.

Community Involvement: Being a part of The Wildlife Society allows members to engage in community outreach and education initiatives, promoting wildlife conservation and awareness.

Recognition: Membership in The Wildlife Society can enhance your professional reputation and demonstrate your commitment to wildlife conservation and management.

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    David Luther

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    Blair Evancho

    Secretary
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    Katie Russell

    Vice-President
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    Victoria Martin

    Undergraduate Liaison
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    Emilia Roberts

    Graduate Liaison
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    Bernadette Rigley

    Treasurer
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    Noah Beck

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    Student Chapter of The Wildlife Society at George Mason University


    Fairfax Virginia
    United States