Student organizations provide a wonderful learning opportunity for students. Becoming a member of a student organization will increase your knowledge base and provide additional opportunities for learning activities (such as using biotelemetry to track raccoon movements or spawning Chinook salmon at the Whitlock Bay spawning station on Lake Oahe). Just as important, these student professional societies provide the opportunity for students to learn organizational skills and how to lead meetings. Such skills are directly useful to your future careers. So, check out the Club that best fits your personal interests!
The Department of Natural Resource Management student clubs: