The UNR student chapter of The Wildlife Society is dedicated to students interested in wildlife biology and ecology. We meet bi-weekly and participate in many volunteer activities that not only look good on a resume, but are also fun!
UNR’s Student Chapter of the Wildlife Society began in the Fall of 2007. We are a student-run chapter of the national Wildlife Society and we welcome all students interested in wildlife, natural science, field biology, or the environment in general. Our club runs recreational field trips, professional development activities, educational workshops, and community and environmental service projects that appeal to a variety of student interests. We have fun while helping our community to care for it’s wildlife resources. Above all, we do what we can to give students experience so that they can be involved in the wildlife field and compete on a national level.
Our student chapter welcomes all majors and membership is open year-round. To join, send us an email with your name and major to firstname.lastname@example.org and attend a bi-weekly meeting and speak to an officer. Our meeting for this semester are usually on Tuesdays at 7:30 pm (Room to be announced). Any changes for times and locations will be posted on the Facebook page, as well as, email notification.