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2018 AZTWS Chapter Awards

We congratulate each of our deserving 2018 awardees:
Barbara Hawke, John Goodwin, Stan Cunningham, Holly Barton, and Kay Nicholson.

Every February we come together to recognize our best, chosen among the many deserving people nominated each year by their peers. This year marked the 52nd Joint Annual Meeting of the Arizona and New Mexico Wildlife and Fisheries Societies, hosted in Albuquerque, NM. We encourage our members to nominate deserving people or organizations for these annual awards, and as has been the case in the past, our chapter was privileged this year to receive several worthy nominations for well-deserving individuals working to conserve wildlife. Below are summaries of each award, awardee, and the outstanding achievements for which they were nominated.

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JAM 2019 Update

2019 AZ/NM TWS/AFS Joint Annual Meeting News

A reminder that the 2019 JAM is February 7-9 in Albuquerque! 

We have several changes to announce:

  1. Due to the federal government shutdown, there will not be a late registration fee beginning on January 15.  Registration will remain at $180 after this date.  See http://wildlife.org/nm-chapter/annual-meeting/ to register and find more information on JAM 2019.
  2. The deadline for submitting abstracts and submitting to the student paper and poster competition has been extended to January 25th!  Information on submitting abstracts can be downloaded here.
  3. The deadline for the Native American TWS scholarship to assist with attendance at the conference is extended to January 15. Click here for more information.
  4. A reminder about the annual photo contest: Rules, contest categories, and submission instructions at http://wildlife.org/nm-chapter/annual-meeting/

See you in February!

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Seeking New Board Members!

Take an active role in Arizona’s wildlife conservation and management! Advance professional stewardship of wildlife resources and their habitat! Prepare the next generation of wildlife professionals!

Your Chapter needs you!

 

Please consider joining the board of the Arizona Chapter of the Wildlife Society! See the descriptions below for a list of positions up for election this year. Visit https://aztws.com/about/executive-board-positions/ to learn more about these positions. All officers are expected to participate in monthly conference calls to help with planning and current business.

 

Email Jessica Moreno (wildlifepathways@gmail.com) for more information or if you are interested in running for a position. Nominations must be submitted by November 30, 2018.

 

Nominees should provide a short bio (about 300 words) and a photo that will be distributed to voting members. Ballots will go out mid-December and the results announced at the Annual Meeting during the 2019 JAM in New Mexico.

 

OPEN POSITIONS


President-Elect

The President-Elect serves a two-year term, one year as President-Elect and one as President. As President-Elect, he or she assists and fills in for the President on a variety of assigned tasks and serves as the Chairperson of the Awards and Nomination committees.


Treasurer

The Treasurer serves a two-year term and is responsible for the funds of the Chapter and for maintaining financial records and files for the Chapter. 


Corresponding Secretary

The Corresponding Secretary serves a one-year term and is responsible for the Chapter files and correspondence with members and supporters.


Recording Secretary

The Recording Secretary serves a one-year term and is responsible for recording and distributing minutes of the Executive Board and Chapter Membership meetings.


Board Member (1)

A Board Member serves a two-year term and shares all responsibilities of conducting Chapter business and assisting other Board Members with assigned tasks.

 

> Read more details about each of these positions here.

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