Candidates for Vice President Bios

MIGUEL A. “Toño” GARCÍA I was named MIGUEL A. “Toño” GARCÍA  after born prematurely, eager to start a new and more productive life.  I hold a Bachelor and Master degree from the Biology Department of the University of Puerto Rico and a Ph.D. from the School of Natural Resources and Environment at the University of... Read More

2016 SDAFS Officer Election Results

The results of the 2016 SDAFS election this summer have been certified by Immediate Past-President  Dennis Riecke and announced by SDAFS President Dave Coughlan.  Each race was tight and the SDAFS EXCOM wishes to thank all of the candidates for submitting their names. 244 SDAFS members voted for Vice President and Secretary-Treasurer and 161 students... Read More

First Call for Papers for Southern Division Annual Meeting

First Call for Papers Southern Division Annual Meeting Cox Convention Center, Oklahoma City February 2-5, 2017   The Oklahoma Chapter invites you to submit abstracts for 20-minute oral and 4’x4’ poster presentations. Abstract submission is online through the Conference Exchange available through this link:   also available on the meeting website: Abstracts should... Read More

Vote in the 2016 SDAFS Officer Elections

The annual election for Southern Division officers is currently open, and voting will be available until September 14, 2016. All SDAFS members who have paid their annual 2016 dues to the AFS Bethesda office are eligible to vote. Only students (who have paid their 2016 dues) can vote for the Student Representative to the SDAFS Executive... Read More

Spring 2017 Oklahoma City Meeting Call for Symposia

Call for Symposia The SDAFS 2017 Symposia Subcommittee is now accepting proposals for symposia and the deadline for submission is September 2, 2016. Before submitting a symposium proposal, please refer to the archive of symposia held at previous meetings 2011-2016 HERE.  Proposals for 2017 which revisit topics addressed in previous meetings must justify relevance in order... Read More

Joint meeting of the Centrarchid, Esocid, and Walleye Technical Committees and the Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery Program

Although the Walleye Technical Committee (WTC) is an AFS Northcentral Division committee, committee members come from any state or province where there is a walleye fisheries (from the MacKenzie River Delta in the Yukon and Northwest Territories, south to Alabama, Louisiana, Texas, west to Oregon and Washington, and east to Connecticut). The WTC meets twice a... Read More