Each year, the American Association of Wildlife Veterinarians recognizes outstanding wildlife professionals with the following honors…
Al Franzman Cutting-Edge Speaker
Recipient gives a presentation during the annual WDA conference. For more details, click here.
AAWV Graduate Student Scholarship Award
Awarded to a veterinary student or a veterinarian currently enrolled in a graduate program, residency or equivalent educational endeavor. For more details, click here.
Tom Thorne and Beth Williams Memorial Award
Honoring individuals or organizations making outstanding contributions to wildlife health. For more details, click here.
USAHA Student Scholarship Award
Recipient of the US$500 award must meet the following criteria:
- Be a current student in veterinary medicine, graduate studies, or intern/resident in a field related to the mission of USAHA
- Have an interest in regulatory or public medicine
- Be an active AAWV member (does not have to be a USAHA Student Member, although joining is encouraged)
- Be available to attend the USAHA Annual Meeting in the fall of that year and present research or a topic relevant to the USAHA Wildlife Committee
Interested students must submit an application to the AAWV Secretary by no later than September 7 containing the following:
- Student name, contact information, University affiliation, and relevant information for his/her field of study/specialization
- Cover letter
Once a suitable candidate has been identified, AAWV nominates that individual to USAHA.