Intercollegiate Animal Welfare Judging Competition- November 2017

Exciting animal welfare opportunity for undergraduate students!

Are you interested in representing UBC and learning more about animal welfare issues? If yes, please keep reading!

This November, the annual Intercollegiate Animal Welfare Judging and Assessment Contest will be held at Iowa State University. Any undergrad who has taken APBI 314 and/or 315, and is passionate about animal welfare is encouraged to consider competing on the team.

You can do this for fun, or as a directed studies (APBI 497) course. This experience will give you the chance to gain knowledge in animal welfare, meet people working in animal welfare related fields, and improve your communication and critical thinking skills.

If you are interested in participating, please contact Laura Whalin,, or Katelyn Mills, .

For more information, check out the Animal Welfare Judging and Assessment Contest web page at

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