The Wildlife Society is hosting their twentieth annual conference in Milwaukee, Wisconsin beginning on Saturday, October 5. Wildlife professionals from around the world will gather to share information and ideas, network, and collaborate in order to approach solutions for wildlife conservation challenges. Faculty, staff and students from the Terrestrial Wildlife Ecology Laboratory here in SENR will be in attendance at the conference, and either presenting a poster, giving oral presentations, co-authoring a poster or presentation, or leading a symposium.
Attending this year's conference are faculty members Jeremy Bruskotter, Robert Gates, Stanley Gehrt; staff member Evan Wilson; graduate students Coree Brooks, Sara Kennedy, Randy Knapik, Jenn Malpass, Keith Norris, Katie Robertson, and Ashley Wurth; and undergraduate student Sarah Vanderhorst. The annual conference provides space and context for a variety of opportunities, including networking, mentoring, and enrichment with professionals from varying disciplines and backgrounds.