MSU to host tenth annual animal welfare judging and assessment contest in November
EAST LANSING, Mich. – There’s no doubt about it: these days, animal welfare questions are at the top of a lot of people’s minds and being put to the vote on ballots across the country. It will be today’s university students who will be charged with being the world’s future decision makers on these issues.
Students representing universities and veterinary schools across the United States and Canada will come to Michigan State University (MSU) Nov. 20-21 to learn about and debate topics related to the welfare of animals in the tenth annual Intercollegiate Animal Welfare Judging and Assessment Contest.
The competition, which is divided into undergraduate, graduate and veterinary college divisions, allows students to compete in events focused on increasing the understanding of welfare and care issues affecting animals used for human purposes, more