The conference is being held on the 27th and the 28th of April at the University of Worcester. This two-day event brings together a range of students, at all stages of study, to discuss mammal research.
It is a chance to also meet with peers, experts, and other mammal enthusiasts. It also gives the chance to take part in a range of workshops, including a Saturday workshop with the Vincent Wildlife Trust where you’ll learn about modern survey methods and get hands-on with camera traps, radio collars and more (spaces are limited, so book now). The conference provides an excellent opportunity for students to gain experience and make new connections.
Present a talk or poster at the conference
The core of the Student Conference is based on student presenters that give talks and showcase posters. Whether you’re an undergraduate or postgraduate, we encourage all students to showcase their work by presenting at the conference. It’s a great chance to get conference experience, as well as to tell people about your work and get feedback from professionals.
To submit a talk or poster for consideration simply send a Word document, following the online guidelines to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 3 March 2018, with the subject header ‘Student Conference Presentation/Poster’.
Attending the conference
Tickets cost £12 for members and £25 for non-members (including discounted membership to the Mammal Society).
For more information and to book tickets, visit the Mammal Society website