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OVC Welfare Forum: Thoroughbred Racehorse Welfare Through the Lens of ‘Social License to Operate’

Register to receive the Zoom link Thoroughbred Racehorse Welfare Through the Lens of ‘Social License to Operate’ by Dr. Camie Heleski. Dr. Heleski received her Ph.D. in Animal Science with an emphasis in equine behavior and welfare; her M.S. was also in Animal Science, with an emphasis in equine nutrition and exercise physiology. She worked at Michigan State University for 25 years as...

Graduate Student Panel

The CCSAW Student Chapter invites undergraduate students to join an evening panel to learn about Animal Behaviour and Welfare graduate programs. Ask your questions, and hear about what professors are looking for and what grad school is really like! To rsvp and receive the meeting link, email: ccsawsc@uoguelph.ca  

Labels and Fables: How misleading claims on animal products harm farm animals, and what consumers can do to drive change

'Labels and Fables: How misleading Claims on animal products harm farm animals, and what consumers can do to drive change’ by Daisy Freund.  Daisy Freund is the senior manager of the ASPCA’s Farm Animal Welfare program. In her role, Daisy works to raise public awareness about farming practices and improve the lives of farm animals in the U.S. through consumer education, legislative advocacy, and support for higher welfare farming methods. About the OVC Animal Welfare Forum...

CCSAW Research Symposium

Our Annual Research Symposium features the work of our faculty and students, covering disciplines from animal biosciences and veterinary medicine, to philosophy and psychology.  The Symposium covers a range of topics related to animal welfare science, animal ethics and the role of animals in society.  It provides a forum for faculty and students to share research results, techniques and ideas, and to foster discussion and collaboration among the many interested individuals and research groups from across campus and other institutions.

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