Conservation Leaders on Mentoring the Next Leaders
The webinar will feature two of the amazing women conservation leaders that participated in the recent panel discussion “Conservation Leaders on Mentoring the Next Leaders” at TWS’ Annual Conference in...
The Native Student Development Program: Where It’s Been and Where It’s Going
In this webinar, we will highlight the Native Student Professional Development Program that is part of the Native Peoples’ Wildlife Management Working Group of TWS. We will go over the...Hosted By: Native Peoples’ Wildlife Management Working Group
TWS Annual Conference
Each year, the conference provides roughly 1,000 educational opportunities for attendees in the form of scientific symposia, workshops, trainings, poster sessions, panel discussions and more.
Field Biosafety Levels: A Risk-Based Solution Across Scientific Disciplines
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the critical interface between humans and animals has garnered significant attention in both media and legislative circles. However, the absence of standardized guidelines...Hosted By: Wildlife Diseases Working Group
Mental Health in the Field of Natural Resources: Finding Ways to Enhance our Mental Health Ecosystem
Join the North Central Section and the Student Development Working Group to learn more about mental health in the natural resources field. In this discussion we’ll hear short presentations from...Hosted By: Student Development Working Group
How to integrate DEI into Wildlife and Natural Resource Curricula
This interactive workshop is geared toward college and university educators in Fish and Wildlife, Natural Resource, and related fields. Presenters and participants will share strategies for infusing DEI work into...Hosted By: College and University Education Working Group
The Role and Relevance of Wildlife Damage Management for Wildlife Students and Professionals
What is wildlife damage management and why is it important to wildlife students and professionals? In an increasingly urban world, humans alter habitats, which can have negative impacts on wildlife...Hosted By: Wildlife Damage Management Working Group
Grazing: The Key to Saving Grassland Birds
Since 1970, we have lost about half of the birds in North America’s grasslands, which make up about a third of the habitats on the continent. In this webinar, presenters...Hosted By: Rangeland Wildlife Working Group
Drone-based Infrared Thermography to Evaluate the Health and Physiology of Large Whales: Not Just Hot Air!
Baleen whales are known for their massive size and cryptic underwater lives, making them difficult subjects for health assessments. As a result, scientists lack baseline information on certain metrics of...Hosted By: Drone Working Group