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, Animal Studies at MSU) or Stephen Vrla (Co-President, MSU Student Animals & Society Institute).

News: Court rules Michigan wolf hunt law unconstitutional

Events: Dr. Ian C. Gilby will be giving a public lecture on " Pan the hunter: Chimpanzee predation, cooperation, and human evolution" on November 29th at 7:30 pm in C-106 Holmes Hall.

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