AGWAFS – Association of Graduate Wildlife and Fisheries Scientists – welcomes all graduate students in the Department of Wildlife & Fisheries Sciences to become involved in all matters related to being a graduate student in the department.
1. Serve as the collective voice of graduate students in the Department of Wildlife & Fisheries Sciences (WFSC) at the departmental, college, and university levels.
2. Provide and coordinate professional development opportunities that will benefit graduate students in WFSC.
3. Encourage professional social interaction among WFSC students, faculty, and staff.
4. Support departmental activities that benefit graduate students.
The constitution covers official information related to the workings of the organization, including objectives, membership, voting, meetings, etc.
View the Constitution using the link below.