- W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation
- Montana Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit
- Division of Biological Sciences
Get involved, advance your career goals, and have fun as part of the oldest and largest society for professional fisheries scientists in the world. The UM subunit of AFS is open to all UM students. UM AFS provides members with a way to learn more about local fisheries issues, make contacts with professionals, learn about current internships and job announcements, and get involved with local conservation efforts like river cleanup, restoration projects, and even a fishing trip or two.
Meets every other Thursday at 6 p.m. in FOR 305.
Faculty Advisor: Lisa Eby
President: Martin Etchemendy
Vice President: Tanner Traxler
Secretary/Treasurer: Alex Colburn
Education & Outreach Coordinator: Jeremy Brooks & Sydney Young
The Wildlife Society is an international scientific and educational organization serving the resource management fields. TWS develops and promotes responsible stewardship of wildlife resources and the environments upon which wildlife and humans depend; undertakes an active role in preventing human-induced environmental degradation; increases awareness and appreciation of wildlife values; seeks the highest standards of professionalism in all activities.
Meets on Tuesdays at 6:00 p.m. in FOR 305.
Faculty Advisor: Paul Lukacs
President: Jeremy Brooks
Vice President: Erika Swanson
Secretary: Lexy Anderson Treasurer: Keely Benson
Section 13: Carly Muench Education: Erika Faubion
The WBGSA is an association of and for graduate students of the Wildlife Biology Program of the W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation, Division of Biological Sciences within the College of Humanities 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.