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The Biometrics Working Group of The Wildlife Society is offering student travel grants of up to $2,500 – DUE JULY 15

The Biometrics Working Group of The Wildlife Society is offering student travel grants of up to $2,500 for TWS student members presenting papers or posters at the Annual Conference of The Wildlife Society.The purpose of the travel grants is to promote student interest in biometrics and the BWG.Applicants must be students (or this year’s graduates) and Read More …

Student Travel Awards for TWS New Mexico – Deadline August 1, 2017

CSTWS Travel Awards for StudentsCanadian Section Student Travel award to present at TWS AGM The 24th Annual Conference Albuquerque, New Mexico September 23-27, 2017.Deadline August 1, 2017. Travel Awards will be provided for $500-1000 for each conference. Successful applicants will be asked to provide an article for the CSTWS Newsletter.Eligibility. Applicants must:Not have received Canadian Section Read More …

Want to help with Student Research in Progress? Here’s how…

Each year The Wildlife Society organizes a Student Research in Progress poster session with the goal of aiding students in attending the conference, presenting and getting feedback on their research. This last part is new this year for the 24th Annual TWS Conference in Albuquerque, NM. We are looking for folks to review and critic Read More …

CSTWS Student Travel Award Application for CSTWS/CSEE 2017 Now Available!

Canadian Section student members can apply for two different travel awards in 2017.CSTWS Student Travel Grant to present at the CSTWS AGM, Victoria, British Columbia on May 7-11 2017. Deadline: 1 April 2017CSTWS Student Travel award to present at TWS AGM The 24th Annual Conference Albuquerque, New Mexico September 23-27, 2017. Materials posted 1 April. Read More …

TWS Fellows & Group Achievement Awards Deadline – Feb. 1

There’s just one week left to submit nominations for the 2017 TWS Fellows and Group Achievement Awards! Nominations are due at 11:59 p.m. EST next Wednesday, Feb. 1. The TWS Fellows Award honors respected and exceptional wildlife professionals who have been members of the Society for at least 10 years. The Group Achievement Award recognizes organizations Read More …