Wildlife & Fisheries Club
The ESU Wildlife & Fisheries club is open to any students interested in the outdoors through wildlife and/or fisheries related activities. We operate under both a student chapter of The Wildlife Society and student subunit of the American Fisheries Society. Our goal as a club, is to provide members with skills and experiences to enable them to become the next generation of wildlife and fisheries professionals.
We participate in various volunteer activities including prescribed burning, seed collecting, and surveying through entities such as the Kansas Department of Wildlife & Parks and The Nature Conservancy. We engage members in professional development opportunities including certifications, field experience, and networking opportunities.
Meetings are held monthly, and weekly emails are sent with professional development activities such as volunteer opportunities/job announcements.
Contact email@example.com to be added to our email list! Or stop by to check our club poster board located across from the Richard H. Schmidt Museum of Natural History on the lower level in Science Hall.
Officers this year are as follows:
President, Jera Wolke (Senior)
Vice President, Brandon Clark (Senior)
Treasurer, Malachi Harris (Senior)
Secretary, Sarah Keck (Senior)
Advisors: Dr. William Jensen, Dr. Rachel Bowes
Associate Wildlife Biologist Application
ESU Wildlife & Fisheries Club
Student membership dues are $5 each semester. Club dues pay for the cost of a club t-shirt.
Members who hold club officer positions have to be a registered member of one of the parent societies.
The Wildlife Society
Student dues to the parent society of TWS are $42 annually and include monthly The Wildlife Professional magazine, Wildlife Society Bulletin, access to online journal publications of The Journal of Wildlife Management, weekly e-Wildlifer e-newsletters, 35% discount on Wiley books and 30% discount through John Hopkins University Press. Opportunity to become Associate Wildlife Biologist Certified.
American Fisheries Society
Student dues to AFS are $25 annually and include a subscription to monthly Fisheries magazine, free online access to AFS journals and Infobase, discounts on books and reduced Annual Meeting registration! Opportunity to become Associate Fisheries Professional Certified.