The Wildlife Society Student Chapter
New TWS officers / Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Ecology, 2013-2014
- President - Thomas Lubenau
- Vice President - Dominique Lujan
- Secretary - Daniel Bird
- Treasurer - Miranda Butler-Valverde
Congratulations to NMSU TWS/AFS Student Chapters for Taking Top Honors in Arizona Competition!
The Annual Meeting of the Student Chapters of the American Fisheries Society and The Wildlife Society was held in Pine Tip, AZ. 6-8 February, 2014. Three NMSU teams competed along with students in wildlife programs from Arizona universities. The first ever JAM Quiz Bowl was held, which determined the top team from each state. The final round was a competition for top honors between Arizona and New Mexico. One of the NMSU teams won the competition beating out those from Nothern Arizona University, Arizona State University, and University of Arizona. The winning team members were:
- Thomas Lubenau (Captain)
- William Lubenau
- Clay Morrow
- Trey Turnbull
- Naomi Apodaca (Captain)
- Quentin Dcan
- Jerry Gonzales
- Katie Joyner
- Hunter Falco (Captain)
- Miranda Butler-Valverde
- Jacob Naranjo
- Chance Roberts
Graduate student Nathan Chase won the best Fisheries presentation award for this talk "Using Otolith Microchemistry to Track Movements of Prairie Stream Fishes in the Pecos River, New Mexico." Visit NMSU.
Graduate Students Matthew Gould and Andre Lawrence received the 2014 NM TWS Biodiversity Scholarship
NMSU was represented by 24 undergraduate students, 12 graduate students and post docs, the COOP Unit Faculty (Drs. Colleen Caldwell, James Cain, Scott Carleton, Kenneth Boykin), and Dr. Jennifer Frey.