CENTER FOR ANIMAL WELFARE SCIENCE
To promote animal welfare through science-based information and education to advance
socially responsible decisions concerning animal care.
To facilitate interdisciplinary collaborations in order to identify animal welfare challenges,
strategies to alleviate them, and education to aid implementation.
AREAS OF FOCUS:
Food Animal Well-being
Non-food Animal Well-being
(i.e. companion, lab and wildlife animals)
Issues Relative to Animal Welfare
Interface Between Human-Animal Bond
and Animal Welfare
WANT TO LEARN MORE?
Don’t miss Dr. Candace Croney speak at the Dr. Jack & Naomi Stockton Lecture:
Food Fight! Factors Shaping Public Debates and Policy on Farm Animal Welfare
Thursday, September 10 | 4:30 p.m. | Stewart Center, Loeb Playhouse
Visit the Center for Animal Welfare Science (CAWS) booth (#24) in the Exhibit Hall!
Wednesday, September 9 | Thursday, September 10
Plan to attend the 2nd Annual CAWS Symposium!
Wednesday, May 18, 2016
Explore the CAWS website: www.purdue.edu/CAWS