Category Archives: Outreach
We are excited we have had so much student interest in the 2018 Joint Annual Meeting!
We just wanted to update you on some great opportunities specifically for students at this years meeting.
Some key events are as follows:
Wednesday – 2/14/18
5:00PM-6:00PM – Student Resume/Interview Session (Grand Ballroom)
6:30PM-9:30PM – Social & Entertainment, mingle with professionals and other students (Grand Ballroom)
8:00PM-9:30PM – Student Quiz Bowl (Timberline Room)
Thursday – 2/15/18
8:10AM-8:30AM – NW PARC meeting (Multnomah Room). Open to NW PARC members providing important updates related to the organization.
11:50AM-1:00PM – WATWS (Lounge) and SNVB (Overton Room) lunch meeting. These are open for current members of the respective organizations. These meetings provide important updates related to the organization.
5:00PM – 6:00PM – ORTWS business meeting (Timberline Room). Provides important updates related to the organization.
Friday – 2/16/18
8:00AM-9:00AM – Breakfast with a Wildlifer (Washington/Clark Room)- Hosted breakfast open to first 100 students to RSVP. Network with professionals and get feedback on whatever questions you have related to the wildlife field. PLEASE RSVP TO ANNEMARIE PRINCE IF YOU WANT TO ATTEND THIS BREAKFAST. EMAIL: Annemarie.firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will be validating students at the registration desk when you check in. Please provide a student ID or proof of enrollment in a college/university.
A detailed schedule should be posted any day, another email will be sent out when this is available.
If you need to make any edits to your registration please contact email@example.com.
SEE YOU IN 2 WEEKS!
As you may know, the Washington and Oregon Chapters of The Wildlife Society, NE Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation, and the Society for NW Vertebrate Biology are presenting a Joint Meeting in PDX, February 13-16 at the Red Lion at Jantzen Beach. The theme of the meeting is Regional Strategies Addressing Global Challenges.
We have received an extraordinary number of contributed papers and posters. Specifically, on Wed the 14th, Tom Lovejoy will be the keynote speaker followed by a robust group of theme-focused invited sessions.
Given the timely importance of the meeting theme, the Joint Meeting Committee thought it would be worthwhile to reach out beyond our traditional biologist/wildlife manager audience, to other environmental/conservation-related groups and stakeholders that might find this program of interest.
Please pass this on to others who may be interested!
Please watch this informative video about aspen restoration in Eastern Oregon and the importance of avian monitoring.
See the article posted by the State of Oregon for interesting information related to Wildlife Biologists in Oregon. Good information for early professionals and those considering the wildlife profession.