How To Guide
Guidelines for Professional Behavior
The IDEAWG developed these guidelines for use at The Wildlife Society’s Annual Conference and for organization units to adopt for their local and regional meetings.
IDEAWG members created this annotated bibliography describing current literature on women and diversity in wildlife and other natural sciences.
Download the Annotated Bibliography: Diversity and Women in Wildlife here.
Other Rock Star Women!
500 Women Scientists: This site allows you to sign up to become a resource (from presenting a talk to the public to being a keynote speaker to outreach to diversity/equity to professional development to speaking to a journalist). If you look at ‘Request a Scientist’, you can filter on discipline for ‘Wildlife Science’.
Women for Wildlife: Is an international movement to support, empower and unite women and girls around the world who are passionately devoted to wildlife and conservation.
Women in STEM: Empowering and encouraging high school girls to be part of the movement to increase female representation in STEM.