Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology March 2015 Newsletter
- Twitter feed shows wild fox pups growing up, avoiding coyote
- Kids around the world run camera traps with eMammal
- Congratulations May 2015 FWCB Graduates
- Undergraduate student profile: Jacob Trammel
- Fish medicine and surgery course taught at NC State CMAST
- NCSU Student Fisheries Society wins again
- 2015 Southeastern Wildlife Conclave
- Accomplishments: Publications and Presentations
Alex Bogdanoff receives the 2015 Joseph E. and Robin C. Hightower Graduate Student Award
Dr. Joe Hightower (left) and Dr. Chris Moorman (right) present Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology Ph.D. student Alex Bogdanoff (center – advised by Dr. Craig Layman) with the 2015 Joseph E. and Robin C. Hightower Graduate Student Award. The Hightower endowment provides financial awards to foster educational
opportunities for graduate students enrolled in the FWCB Master’s and Ph.D. degree programs.
2015 Namkoong Family Graduate Fellowship
Steve Grodsky receives the 2015 Namkoong Family Graduate Fellowship for Excellence in Conservation and Ethics is an endowment
established by Gene and Carol Namkoong to promote scholarship and ethics in forestry and conservation. The Fellowship provides financial assistance to outstanding graduate students in the Department of Forestry and
Environmental Resources. Several faculty members in the Department also contribute to the fund. Full-time graduate students in any degree program in the Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources who have been in residence for at least one year may be nominated by their major professors for the Fellowship.
Best Student Poster, 2015 Meeting of the NC Chapter of TWS
Alex Fish won the Best Student Presentation, 2015 Annual Meeting of the NC Chapter of TWS.
Waiting on Photo – Alex Fish (MS co-advised by Chris DePerno and Chris Moorman) won the Best Student Poster, 2015 Annual Meeting of the NC Chapter of TWS. His presentation was titled, ‘
Effects of military training on Bachman’s sparrow reproductive biology’.