17 Feb 2014

VOTE! AFS Second Vice President Candidate Statements

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Candidate for AFS Second Vice President 2014 Reginal Harrell


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Steve L McMullin runs for afs second vice president 2014


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BACKGROUNDI am a professor of Fisheries and
Wildlife Sciences with the University of MarylandDepartment of Environmental Science and
Technology. From 1977 to 1984 I was a
biologist with the South Carolina Department
of Natural Resources, working with coastal
river enhancement of striped bass populations.
I have seen the best of both worlds from a
state agency and…click read Reginal M.
Harrell’s full candidate statement
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BACKGROUNDLike many of my peers, I entered
the fisheries profession in the 1970s because I love
to fish, and while taking a class at the University of
California–Davis I discovered that I could have a
career working with fish. Over a nearly 40-year
career that has taken me from Davis to the University
of Idaho, to the state of Montana, and eventually to
Virginia Tech, that passion for fishing and…
click to read Steve L. McMullin’s full candidate statement.

 

  • Elected Society officers are President, President-elect, First Vice-president, Second Vice-president, and Immediate Past-president.
  • The Second Vice-president shall assume the duties of the First Vice-president when that officer is temporarily unable to act; select the Chair of the Program Committee for the annual Society meeting four years hence; and serve on committees as indicated in the Society’s Rules and Procedures.
  • The Second Vice-president serves on the Management Committee.
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