The Society of Wetland Scientists South Atlantic Chapter is committed to encourging the involvement of students and future generations of wetland scientists. We recently fostered the development of a new, student wetland group at Duke University. In addition, the "Wetlands Club" at the University of Florida continues to support a variety of activities to involve students in wetland related events. See below for more information on these student chapters.
If you are interested in creating a SAC student association of SWS at your school, please contact the Chapter Chair.
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University of Florida Wetlands Club
Wetlands Club | P.O. Box 116350 | University of Florida
Gainesville, FL 32611-6350 | (352) 392-2424
President - Lauren Holian (email@example.com)
Vice President - Joshua Epstein
Treasurer - Wesley Anderson
Secretary - Jessica Hong
Fundraiser Chair - Haley Glaab
SEEP manager - Sean Sharpe
Monitoring and maintenance of SEEP (Stormwater Ecological Enhancement Project);
Adoption of Tumblin Creek for regular trash pick-ups;
Field trips to local wetlands, including the UF's Marine Laboratory at Seahorse Key;
Canoe trips to the Okefenokee Swamp, Suwannee River and Santa Fe Rivers;
Organizing and attending guest lectures;
Visiting local schools and assisting in school field trips that go to local wetlands or aquatic systems; and
Participating with other organizations in various outreach efforts.
Duke Student Association of Wetland Scientists (SAWS)
SAWS | Duke University Wetland Center | Nicholas School of the Environment
Box 90333 | Durham, NC 27708-0333 | (919) 613-8009
Faculty Sponsor: Dr. Curtis Richardson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
President - Adrian McInnis (email@example.com)
Treasurer - Morgan Rudd (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Event Coordinator - Katie DiPrete (email@example.com)
Communications Coordinator - Sean Ireland (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Beaufort Representatives - Samantha Godwin (email@example.com) and Morgan Rudd (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Wetland Center Website and News: http://nicholas.duke.edu/wetland/
Provide a meeting ground for students who are interested in wetland science, policy, and restoration.
Organize wetland related speakers, seminars, and symposium events.
Plan canoe trips to local wetlands such as the Black River cypress swamp and Eno River.
Organize local stream clean-up events.
Host fun events such as wetland themed movie nights.
Collaborate closely with the Duke Wetland Center.