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Clubs and Organizations
ASPRS, The Imaging & Geospatial Information Society, Auburn University Student Chapter
The Auburn University student chapter of the ASPRS, The Imaging & Geospatial Information Society welcomes undergraduate and graduate students interested in the advancing of scientific knowledge in the various disciplines of photogrammetry and remote sensing including but not limited to aerial surveying and mapping, photo interpretation, and spatial information management. This student chapter engages students through hosting guest speakers from industry and academia who share career opportunities, job market knowledge and other learning opportunities within geospatial technologies. You can find the organization on AU Involve.
To learn more about this student chapter and their activities contact the CFWE faculty advisor, Dr. Lana Narine, at email@example.com.
Auburn Forestry Club
The Auburn University student chapter of the Society of American Foresters welcomes freshmen and sophomores who are enrolled in pre-forestry or wildlife to join its club. Meetings are held at least once per month during the regular school year. The Forestry Club engages students through the organization and participation in chapter fundraisers, professional development and volunteer opportunities, and the annual Southern Forestry Conclave, an annual competition of 15 southern forestry schools which compete in a variety of physical and technical events.
To learn more about the Auburn Forestry Club, contact the club’s faculty advisor, Dr. Tom Gallagher, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Backcountry Hunters & Anglers of Auburn University
The purpose of Backcountry Hunters & Anglers of Auburn University is to promote engagement in and around: backcountry hunting and angling, the conservation of wilderness, backcountry, and public lands, the protection of fish and wildlife that relies on clean water and wilderness, and the public’s access to these recreational opportunities. The club serves to create a community of students, faculty, and staff and providing an environment conducive for both the veteran and novice backcountry hunter and angler alike to learn and participate in Backcountry Hunters & Anglers of Auburn University events, fundraisers and meetings.
To learn more about Backcountry Hunters & Anglers of Auburn University, contact the club’s faculty advisor, Dr. Kelly Dunning, at email@example.com.
CFWE Graduate Student Association
The purpose of the CFWE Graduate Student Association is to improve the quality of education, work, and life for graduate students and post-docs within CFWE through social, academic, and professional activities and opportunities. You can find this organization on AU Involve.
To learn more about the CFWE Graduate Student Association and their activities, contact the CFWE faculty advisor, Dr. Daowei Zhang, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CFWE Student Ambassadors
Auburn University Student Ambassadors help prepare for and host various school events and activities throughout the year. Due to the public nature of their activities, Student Ambassadors become the “Face of the CFWE,” which offers them abundant opportunities for professional development and networking with distinguished alumni and donors, professionals within their respective fields, as well as faculty and administrators.
To learn more about the CFWE Student Ambassadors, contact our student advisor, Mrs. Brooke Martin, at email@example.com.
CFWE Student Government Association (SGA)
The purpose of the club is to coordinate, stimulate, and govern student activities in Auburn University’s College of Forestry, Wildlife and Environment. The SGA represents the Auburn student body to the university administration and within the community. It seeks to advocate for the interests of Auburn students and works to better the student experience through community events and initiatives.
To learn more about the Auburn University SGA, visit http://wp.auburn.edu/sga/. To learn more about the CFWE SGA, contact the organization’s faculty advisor, Mrs. Ginger Donaldson, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Collegiate Sportsmen and Women’s Foundation
The primary goal of the Collegiate Sportsmen and Women’s Coalition is to attract and educate students from diverse interests and backgrounds about what it means to be a sportsperson (with a focus on hunting, angling, recreational shooting, and trapping), the importance of policy initiatives that affect sportsmen and women, the role of sportsmen and women in conservation and conservation funding, and how to effectively engage in the policy process. Through the Coalition, the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF) will help educate the outdoor sporting community’s next generation of conservation leaders.
To learn more about the Collegiate Sportsmen and Women’s Foundation, contact faculty advisor Dr. Kelly Dunning at email@example.com.
Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences (MANRRS)
The national society aims to promote academic and professional advancement by empowering minorities in agriculture, natural resources, and related sciences. MANRRS welcomes membership of people of all racial and ethnic group participation in agricultural and related science careers. However, MANRRS attempts to provide networks to support professional development of minorities. You can find the organization on AU Involve.
Phi Kappa Phi – Auburn Honors Society
The mission of The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi is “To recognize and promote academic excellence in all fields of higher education and to engage the community of scholars in service to others.” The chapter invites juniors and seniors to be part of the society based upon GPA and number of credits completed. Mrs. Ginger Donaldson serves as the Auburn Honors Society committee representative on behalf of the CFWE.
Any questions about the society can be directed to Mrs. Donaldson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Society for Natural Resources
The society provides experiential learning and professional development opportunities for CFWE natural resources management students and others who are interested in natural resources-based issues and career fields. The society schedules regular meetings where students are invited to hear presentations and network with natural resources professionals. They also organize field trips and other events for members. You can find this organization on AU Involve.
To learn more about the Society for Natural Resources and their activities, contact the CFWE faculty advisor, Dr. Chris Anderson, at email@example.com.
Sustainable Biomaterials and Packaging Society
The goal of the Sustainable Biomaterials and Packaging Society is to promote the Sustainable Biomaterials and Packaging major to all students and faculty at Auburn, in combination with the encompassing industries and fields as these interests relate directly to the professional advancement of the Society’s members.
To learn more about the Sustainable Biomaterials and Packaging Society, visit AU Involve , email the club president at firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact the organization’s faculty advisor, Dr. Maria Soledad Peresin, at email@example.com.
The Wildlife Society, Auburn University Student Chapter
The Wildlife Society is a student-run organization dedicated to fostering professional development and providing hands-on experiences for those pursuing wildlife degrees. This club meets monthly and regularly schedules outings, professional development experiences, and other activities for students to network and build their field skills. You can find this organization on AU Involve.