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, Graduate Research Assistant.

News: Michigan Senate passes misleadingly named, pro-wolf hunt "Scientific Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act." The House will vote on it on August 27. If they pass it, the anti-wolf hunt referendums on the November ballot will be practically meaningless. See MLive article for more information.

Events: Join Graduate Students for Animals and Keep Michigan Wolves Protected as we rally against the "Scientific Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act" at the state capitol on Wednesday, August 27, at 11 am.

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