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Wildlife Society takes on Conclave – by Jack Buban

Every spring the Warnell Chapter of the Wildlife Society competes in the Southeastern Student Conclave Competition. Schools from all over the southeast from as far as Arkansas and Kentucky compete, and UGA is consistently one of the highest finishers. This competition brings in the brightest students and faculty from all over the southeast in a […]

Not Bad for Government Work – Bethany McDaniel

The Philippines is at the apex of the Coral Triangle – a bio-geographic space of great biological and economic importance. The coastal and marine resources of the Philippines provide various ecosystem services – benefiting more than 50% of the total population living along coastal zones for food and income generation. The Philippines’ natural resources are […]

Empowerment- It all Started with a Modern-Day Dinosaur- by Catlyn Chapman

This past summer of 2018, I had the opportunity of starting a senior thesis project with UGA’s Sturgeon lab. I am a fisheries major and knew if I wanted to go to graduate school that doing a thesis project would be a good idea. If you are just now into Warnell, you might be wondering […]