North Carolina State University

The Leopold Wildlife Club is the student Chapter of The Wildlife Society and North Carolina State University. We are dedicated to providing opportunities for professional development, networking, extracurricular training, and social events for students interested in careers in the wildlife field.
We meet every 2nd and 4th Monday in Jordan 2, Room 1216 at 6:30pm. We enjoy pizza and drinks at every meeting while we listen to speakers talk about various jobs, projects, and issues related to wildlife. We are part of several community service and outreach events. Each year we are part of the Southeastern Wildlife Conclave Competitions.

Become a member! Fill out a New Member Form at any meeting in addition to paying $25 dues. $10 supports the North Carolina Chapter of The Wildlife Society while $15 supports the Leopold Wildlife Club.
Club Objectives:

1. To officially merge the NCSU Student Chapter of The Wildlife Society and The Leopold Wildlife Club.
2. To further the scientific and educational interest of wildlife conservation and management.
3. To recognize and represent the field of Wildlife Biology for all school and campus activities.
4. To represent NCSU as a leader in the arena of Natural Resource education through participation in Conclaves and other activities.
5. To assist students in attaining the requirements for competency and professionalism in the field of Wildlife Biology.

*Check the Leopold Wildlife Club Facebook or sign up for email reminders for updated dates concerning Club events.

The Wildlife Society

Contact Information
Address: Box 7646, NCSU Turner House, Raleigh, NC 27695
Phone: (919) 515-5578
Club Advisors: Dr. Chris Moorman, Dr. Lara Pacifici

President: Martina Nortstrand
Vice-President: Briana Williams
Secretary: Hanne Parks
Treasurer: Chase Carey