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Get Involved through ECCB Organizations
Student Chapter of The Wildlife Society
The Texas A&M University Student Chapter of The Wildlife Society is a non-profit, student-run organization with the mission to provide networking, volunteer, and field experience opportunities to young wildlife professionals. Although the society is primarily for students seeking degrees in the wildlife field, anyone with an interest in the outdoors is welcome to join. The organization takes pride in the diversity of our projects to give members enriching experience and the ability to network with professionals in the wildlife field.
Visit their website: wildlife.tamu.edu
Follow them on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TAMUTWS/
Advisor | John Tomeček, Ph.D.
TAMU Society for Conservation Biology
The Society for Conservation Biology, Texas A&M Chapter, is dedicated to connecting students to careers in conservation. We strive to provide a forum for awareness and involvement for local and global conservation issues, as well as, promote developing skills needed by professionals in the field of conservation biology.
ECCB Graduate Student Association
The goal of the ECCB Graduate Student Association is to serve as the collective voice of graduate students in the Department of Ecology and Conservation Biology at the departmental, college and university levels.
Texas A&M Society for Ecological Restoration (SER) Student Guild
The Texas A&M Society for Ecological Restoration (SER) Student Association will support SER’s mission of promoting ecological restoration as a means of sustaining the diversity of life on Earth and reestablishing an ecologically healthy relationship between nature and culture.
Visit their website: ser.tamu.edu
Advisor | Jene’t Beck
Texas A&M Society of American Foresters
As a recognized student chapter of the Society of American Foresters, the Texas A&M Chapter seeks to incorporate professional and academic development aspects of SAF with the traditions and camaraderie for which Aggies are known. Students involved with SAF gain experience and professional advantage through interactions with state and local professional chapters, University and departmental events, national recognition and service, as well as through academic support from peers and professors. Any student interested in seeking a degree or career in forestry, as well as professionals currently employed in a forestry-related field, are welcome at meetings of the TAMU SAF chapter.
Visit their website: forestryclub.tamu.edu
Advisor | Jene’t Beck
Texas A&M Chapter of American Fisheries Society
Our mission and purpose is to promote the conservation, development, and wise use of the fisheries; promote and evaluate the development and advancement of all branches of fisheries science and practice; gather and disseminate to Chapter members, American Fisheries Society members, and the general public scientific, technical, and other information about fisheries science and practice through publications, meetings, and other forms of communication; and encourage the teaching of fisheries science and practice in colleges and universities and the continuing professional development of fisheries workers.
Alpha Zeta strives to bind together a group of men and women interested in the continued advancement of agriculture and to foster and develop high standards of scholarship, character, leadership and a spirit of fellowship among all of its members. The Texas Alpha Chapter is part of the national Alpha Zeta organization.
Visit their website: https://alphazeta.tamu.edu
Follow them on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TAMUAlphaZeta/
Advisor | Robert Knight, Ph.D.