Encourage the exchange of regional fisheries and other technical information among members of the Iowa Chapter of AFS and members of the student subunit.
Serve as a clearing house for educational and professional development in the fisheries science field and assist in the transition from an educational to a professional setting for fisheries science students.
Encourage community outreach and educational activities in fisheries.
This organization has no affiliations.
Constitution / Tier
||Open to all students of Iowa State University.
||Iowa State University student club-members elected in an annual votes.
||Anyone with an interest in aquatic ecology or fisheries science and technique, particularly with regards to conditions here in Iowa, is welcomed.
||[None at this time.]
||Annually as determined by the current club Presidential chair.
||Every other Thursday at 6PM in room 141 of Science Hall 2 starting January 18th, 2018 for Spring 2018 Semester.
Description of Regular Meetings/Activities
|Meetings comprise of brainstorming sessions and information distribution for fisheries- and aquatic ecology-related activities both for the benefit of Iowa's natural environment and for the enjoyment of its members.
Description of Special Events
|Special events are varied, and are determined in advance by club meets. Common types of activities include: collection trips with the IDNR to local waters for fish population studies, fishing trips and fish fry, graduate student presentations, guest speakers, community volunteer events, and more.