Read the FWCB Newsletter.
Be sure FWCB has your up-to-date contact information, so you'll receive the department's e-newsletter every other month. It's a great way to learn about upcoming events and news about alumni, students and faculty. To update your information or subscribe to the newsletter, send your name, email address, affiliation, graduation year and major to firstname.lastname@example.org. Join us on Facebook for another way to stay in contact with the department and other alumni!
Be a mentor.
The CFANS mentor program is an excellent opportunity for students to connect with professionals working in their areas of career interest. Through this relationship students can get an inside view of how various companies and organizations work, how professionals balance life and career and learn how to better prepare for the working world. In the past few years, about 6 FWCB students are mentored by alumni or other natural resource professionals.
This award recognizes an early-career alumnus or alumna of Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology who has achieved outstanding accomplishments and is poised to make significant advancements in their field. Nominees will have demonstrated excellence and potential for future excellence in one or several of the following areas: (1) research and discovery, (2) communication and outreach, education and pedagogy, (3) management and policy.
The annual FWCB Distinguished Alumni Award recognizes an alumnus/alumna who has attained professional distinction in fisheries, wildlife, conservation biology or related field as evidenced by outstanding professional achievement on a state, national, or international level. The Distinguished Alumni Award is presented at the Kolshorn Lecture.