The club is open to all students interested in education and conservation related to amphibians and reptiles and is not limited to biology students. The club sponsors speakers, outreach, and regional/international field trips that engage members in animal care and community conservation efforts. Participation in the club can lead to educational and research opportunities for students interested in a deeper understanding of the subject.
The Herpetology Club meets on the 1st Wednesday of each month at 4:30 pm in SB 208.
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The herpetology club will be hosting another seminar via WebEx. Micheal Ravesi will be joining us on April 13th, 2021 at 7 pm to discuss job opportunities, a desire to build a diverse workforce, and resumes/cover letters! This is a great opportunity for graduating seniors and rising seniors! Please spread the word about this amazing opportunity. This event is open to all students and majors! The link can be found here.
FrogWatch is looking for participants who care about nature.
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