TWS ANNUAL CONFERENCE NEWS
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Request your absentee ballot before #TWS2022
The Wildlife Society’s 29th Annual Conference, taking place Nov. 6-10 in Spokane, Washington, will overlap with mid-term elections on Tuesday, Nov. 8. As such, we encourage attendees to exercise their right to vote by requesting an absentee ballot from their home state. Click here to find your state’s instructions for requesting an absentee ballot.
Closing Happy Hour and Trade Show Networking Event
Some closing remarks during the #TWS2018 Closing Happy Hour…
A fast-paced session featuring 5-minute presentations from multiple speakers in a unique way of connecting ideas, engaging the audience and provoking…
Perkins Wildlife Center and Woods Garden
The Perkins Wildlife Center and Woods Garden field trip is beginning at the Natural History Museum.
TWS Council Meeting
TWS’s new president, Darren Miller bangs the gavel for the first time as he takes brings to order his first Council Meeting and welcomes new council members…
Closing Plenary: How Far We Have Come and Where We Must Go
This morning’s plenary session began with now past president John McDonald handing over the presidential gavel…
Aldo Leopold Reception
“It’s really nice to be recognized by peers,” said this year’s Aldo Leopold Memorial Award winner Leigh Fredrickson.
The Women of Wildlife (WOW) Reception
The Women of Wildlife (WOW) reception is always one not to miss. Woman and men are meeting up this year…
Quiz Bowl Finals and Council Bowl
Current and former Council members square off at Council Bowl. Their first question:
Everything you Need to Know: For Student Chapters
Colleen Hartel, current chair of the student development working group, provided important information…
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