About Us

The Kansas State University Student Chapter of The Wildlife Society is about providing students interested in biological sciences, whether it is wildlife, fisheries, herpetology, entemology, botany, conservation, or management, with the skills to be successful. As a part of The Wildlife Society, you can expect to:

Meet and network with professionals

Get HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE

Build your resume

Discover job opportunites

Meet others who also have a passion for the outdoors



Join us on  Facebook!

  Upcoming Events

 
Sept. 20th: Hibachi Hut Fundraiser
  • All day long
  • Make sure you have a flyer to turn in at the Hut - if you need one, contact any of the officers!

Oct. 1st-2nd:  FLOAT TRIP!
  • Begins at 2pm on Saturday and we will return at 9am Sunday
  • Float will begin in Ogden and end back in Manhattan
  • Food for dinner and breakfast will be provided
  • Tents will be provided for approx. 17 people
  • BRING:
    • your own beverages, snacks, etc
    • sleeping bag, blanket, other overnight necessities
  • Camping supplies is available for rent through the K-State Rec if you do not own a particular item!
  • Carpooling will be available
Oct. 8-9th: Hunter's Education Workshop

Earn your Hunter's Education!
  • 20-25 people may attend
  • Schedule is currently tenative and SUBJECT TO CHANGE
  • Cost will be relatively low, or free! Which is a great deal!
  • Also a great opportunity to meet people who play important roles in wildlife conservation, as hunting is a large aspect of wildlife conservation.
Nov. 8th: McCallister's Fundraiser

Club Meetings

Every other Tuesday
6:30-7:30 PM
Ackert 231

Aug. 30th
First Meeting!

Sept 13th
Guest Speaker: Dr. Drew Ricketts
"How to successfully pursue a career in wildlife conservation"

Sept. 27th

Oct. 11th

Oct. 25th

Nov. 8th


 Yearly dues are $10.00. This cost goes towards guest speakers and conferences or activities that the Chapter attends or hosts.

Officers

Feel free to contact any of us, any time with questions, suggestions, and anything else!


President
Caroline Skidmore
carolineskidmore@ksu.edu

V-President of Wildlife
Justin Leon
justin44@ksu.edu

V-President of Fisheries
Richard Rogers
rrogers1221@yahoo.com

Secretary
Shannon Dickson
shannonebd@ksu.edu

Treasurer
Monica Shaffer
mshaffer871@gmail.com

Recruitment
Michaela Gustafson
mlgustaf@ksu.edu



Last Updated 9 September, 2016

Advisors


Faculty
Dr. David Haukos
Associate Professor
Office: 205 Leasure Hall
(785)532-0670
dhaukos@ksu.edu



Graduate 
Bram Verheijen
Office: 423 Ackert Hall
(785) 410-9998
        bramverheijen@ksu.edu