VOTE – Candidate Statement: AFS Second Vice President Dale P. Burkett

BACKGROUND Dale received his Ecology, Ethology, and Evolution BS (1978) and Environmental Biology MS (1981). Beginning with the Illinois Natural History Survey, and then the Illinois Department of Natural Resources (Department), U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service), USDA Forest Service, and now the Great Lakes Fishery Commission (Commission), Dale pursued an active fisheries career. As Sea Lamprey Program Director for the Commission,.. read more →

15 Feb 2015
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AFS Second Vice President Candidate Statements

Candidate Statement: Dale P. Burkett Burkett received his Ecology, Ethology, and Evolution BS (1978) and Environmental Biology MS (1981). Beginning with the Illinois Natural History Survey, and then the Illinois Department of Natural Resources, the US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), the US Department of Agriculture Forest Service, and now the Great Lakes Fishery Commission,.. read more →

Candidate Statement: Jesse Trushenski

Candidate Statement: AFS Second Vice President Jesse Trushenski BACKGROUND Growing up in Washington, I spent many afternoons catching trout in the “crick” that bordered my family’s property. If I caught a big one—at least by my 6 or 7 year-old standards—it took a trip in my trusty red pail up to the house where my.. read more →

Candidate Statement: Dale P. Burkett

Candidate Statement: AFS Second Vice President Dale P. Burkett BACKGROUND Burkett received his Ecology, Ethology, and Evolution BS (1978) and Environmental Biology MS (1981). Beginning with the Illinois Natural History Survey, and then the Illinois Department of Natural Resources, the US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), the US Department of Agriculture Forest Service, and now.. read more →

2014 AFS Marine Fish Section Officer Election

Ballot, Marine Fisheries Section, 2014 For President: Benjamin Walther is an Assistant Professor at the Marine Science Institute of the University of Texas at Austin. His research focuses on using the “natural tag” properties of carbonate hard parts, such as otoliths, in marine and diadromous fishes to examine dynamics of migration, dispersal, and life history.. read more →

28 May 2014
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