Wildlife Biology Graduate Student Association


The WBGSA is an association of and for graduate students of the Wildlife Biology Program of the College of Forestry and Conservation, Division of Biological Sciences within the College of Arts and Sciences, and the Montana Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit. Its purpose is to represent the needs, interests, and perspectives of graduate students of the program. The WBGSA will represent the diversity, common goals, needs, and perspectives of graduate students in the WBIO program to WBIO faculty and administration offices. It will also serve to represent the students of the WBIO program to the greater university-wide Graduate Student Association (GSA). The organization will draw upon all areas of graduate education within the school for membership and elected officers.

Officers 

Administrator: T.J. Clark

Graduate Seminar Coordinator: Kenneth Loonam

Faculty Liaison: Brian Tornabene

Undergraduate Wildlife Liaison: Collin Peterson

Undergraduate Fisheries Liaison: Jeff Strait 

T.J. Clark
Administrator

T.J. Clark

Brian Tornabene
Faculty liaison

Brian Tornabene

Collin Peterson
Undergraduate Wildlife Liaison

Collin Peterson

Undergraduate Fisheries Liaison
Kenneth Loonam
Graduate seminar coordinator
Kenneth Loonam