Above: A Short-eared Owl (Asio flammeus) poses for the camera at the Eccles Wildlife Education Center in Farmington, Utah. This owl can be found in North America, South America, Eurasia, and many oceanic islands, including Hawaii.
Photo by Crystal Price.
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Wednesday,February 27th: Zoology Graduate School Seminar
Tracy Hall Science Center room 102, 3:30 - 4:30 PM
STUFF ZOOLOGY STUDENTS DO
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Left: Crystal Price snaps a picture with a Short-eared Owl at the Eccles Wildlife Education Center during an outing with WSU Chapter of The Wildlife Society and Zoology Club members. Right: A Golden Eagle at the Eccles Wildlife Education Center. Photos by Crystal Price.
February 15th marked the first College of Science (COS) House Party, where clubs and organizations gathered in the Tracy Hall Atrium to recruit members, compete in fun games, and eat lots of donuts! Over 100 students signed up for clubs and over 400 students participated in the event! Congratulations to 1st place winner, Scientista Chapter! They won $200 for their organization and lunch with the COS Dean, Dr. Andrea Easter-Pilcher. The Pre-med Club took 2nd place and received $150, and the Multicultural Advancement in Science (MAS) Club took 3rd place and also received $150. Kudos to all who participated in this fun event!
Top Left: WSU Chapter of The Wildlife Society officers: Secretary Crystal Price, President Chyanne Smith, and Vice President Heather O'Donnell represent their table. Top Right: Zoology professor Dr. Elizabeth Sandquist and Zoology Club member Daniel Hunnel socialize at the Zoology Club table. Bottom Left: Clubs and organizations compete in a game of who can wrap streamers around their arms the fastest. Bottom Right: MAS Club member Jesus Saavedra, Zoology professor and MAS faculty advisor Dr. Jon Marshall, and emeritus MAS mentor Dr. Robert Okazaki. Photos by Robin Osterhoudt.
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