Animal Studies at MSU is an umbrella program focused on the interdisciplinary study of the relationship between humans and other animals. The program includes a doctoral and master's graduate specialization, cutting-edge research, a monthly seminar series on the MSU campus, and a registered student organization that connects academic initiatives with the local community. For questions, contact Dr. Linda Kalof, Director of Animal Studies at MSU, or Stephen Vrla, President of the Student Animals & Society Institute of MSU.
Event: December's Animal Studies Seminar will be held on Friday, December 4 (12-1:00 pm in 457 Berkey Hall) and will feature Bee Friedlander, a member of Attorneys for Animals and the Board of Directors of the Animals and Society Institute. Bee will give a talk on the work of the Animals and Society Institute, where knowledge and science meet ethics and compassion.
Animal Studies Graduate Students gather for the November seminar, topic: roaming dogs in Detroit: