What’s happening Monday at TWS’ Virtual Conference?

The Wildlife Society’s 2021 Virtual Conference kicks off on Monday. Be sure to fill out your itinerary with exciting opportunities to expand your knowledge, meet up with friends and make new ones. Log in to the platform, take a look around, then fill out your itinerary with the week’s events.

Be sure to drop by the TWS Awards Reception, starting Monday at 6 p.m. Eastern, to meet up with colleagues and congratulate the recipients.

Monday is also a great day to drop by the Sponsor Spotlight and Trade Show and check out this year’s Wildlife Film Festival.

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Looking ahead, Tuesday brings the live plenary, when Dan Riskin and Carolyn Finney discuss “Change the Climate: The Importance of Diversity.” A great lineup of oral presentations, posters, symposia and panel discussions continues throughout the week.

Be sure to check out the working groups, and see what’s happening at the Wildlife Innovation Center. Meet up with others in the networking lounges, receptions and socials, and brush up for Pub Trivia Night on Thursday at 8 p.m. Eastern.

On Friday, John Organ delivers the Aldo Leopold Keynote Address at noon Eastern, followed by the member’s meeting at 1 p.m. Eastern.

Be sure to take advantage of all the live events as they happen and remember, attendees have full access to the virtual conference platform for six months.

Have a great conference!


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