Location: 212 Animal Science
For more information, contact Kelly Newlon (.7)
Attend this information session to learn more about the New Zealand study abroad program. This course, in conjunction with the course "Human and Animal Interactions in the United States" (Animal Sciences 2400.05) offered by the Department of Animal Sciences during autumn semester 2016, focuses on the role of animals in our society and provides students with an opportunity to gain an appreciation for how history, government, geography and infrastructure can impact cultural development and the use of land and animals within our societies. Students will be provided with an opportunity and a forum in which they can compare our mid-western culture (especially focusing on the role of animals in our immediate communities) with that of other cultures (and directly comparing it with New Zealand; Animal Sciences 3797.05).