In pursuit of the objective to encourage high standards of professional achievement, the Western Section has established an honoraria fund to assist our members’ participation in professional meetings, conferences, symposia and other continuing education activities. For more information: http://tws-west.org/grants.php
Early Career Professional Scholarships
Pamela Rueda-Cediel has a recent PhD from UC Riverside. She wants to improve conservation by applying her research in quantitative ecology to make effective tools for land managers and wildlife biologists that are easy to use and implement. Contact Pamela at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alyssa Semerdjian has a B.S. in Field/Wildlife Biology from CalPoly San Luis Obispo. She has worked in a variety of seasonal positions, has been crew leader, and volunteers at the San Diego Natural History Museum. She is interested in graduate school and research opportunities. Contact Alyssa at email@example.com.
Nicole Beadle has a recent Wildlife, Fish, and Conservation Biology degree from UC Davis. She has completed internships with the Golden Gate Raptor Observatory and presently works as a temporary intern for the East Bay Regional Parks District. She is presenting a poster at the Annual Meeting and has contributed to EBRPD research that will be presented in two talks. She would enjoy working at a public agency. Contact Nicole at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Phillip Hitchcock has a BS in Biology from San Diego State University. He has worked as a field biologist trainee, and volunteers at the Lindsay Wildlife Museum. Contact Phillip at email@example.com.
Roxana Coreas has a recent BS in Environmental Health with a minor in Chemistry from CSU Northridge. She is a temporary intern for the Student Conservation Association and has worked as a GIS assistant. She seeks to apply her GIS skills to track wildlife and restore ecologies. Contact Roxana at firstname.lastname@example.org.