January 27, 2023

How can humans improve our interactions with wild animals at scale? A roundtable discussion

Description

The NYU Wild Animal Welfare Program is proud to announce their official launch event! On January 27, 2023 they will hold a roundtable discussion between program directors Becca Franks and Jeff Sebo and program affiliates Christine Webb, Colin Jerolmack, and Dale Jamieson. The discussion will cover an array of topics including: Why does wild animal welfare matter more than ever? What are the most urgent and actionable issues confronting wild animals? and How does wild animal welfare relate to conservation biology and other fields?
In addition to the panel discussion, there will also be an audience Q&A. Both in-person and online attendees are welcome to participate.

Please join us in celebrating this landmark occasion, and learn more about how you can get involved in this vital work. We look forward to seeing you there!

Friday, January 27, 2023 from 5:00pm-6:30pm ET
In person and online

Vegan reception to follow

Panelists
  • Becca Franks, Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies at NYU
  • Jeff Sebo, Clinical Associate Professor of Environmental Studies, Affiliated Professor of Bioethics, Medical Ethics, Philosophy, and Law, Director of the Animal Studies M.A. Program, Director of the Mind, Ethics, and Policy Program, and Co-Director of the Wild Animal Welfare Program at NYU
  • Christine, Webb, lecturer and post-doctoral researcher in Harvard University's Department of Human Evolutionary Biology
  • Colin Jerolmack, Professor of Sociology and Environmental Studies at NYU
  • Dale Jamieson, Professor Emeritus of Environmental Studies and Director of the Center for Environmental and Animal Protection at NYU