2022 CAWS Virtual Mini-Symposium
Animal Welfare in the Post-Covid Era

Thursday, September 29

Overview

This virtual mini-symposium examines emerging issues in animal welfare following the COVID-19 pandemic. The program will explore public perceptions of companion animal welfare, emerging health and welfare challenges for agricultural animals and their implications for human health and well-being and sustainable animal agriculture. 

The program is intended to be useful for scientists, students, veterinarians, animal producers, various animal industry personnel, legislators, and interested members of the general public.  CAWS is increasingly focused on ensuring equitable access to animal welfare education and outreach, as well as inclusion of diverse audiences with interest in the subject matter.  Sponsorships enable us to add to the training of students, offer the program at low or no-cost to those with economic or logistical constraints who might otherwise be unable to benefit from our programs, and facilitate networking and partnerships related to animal welfare science. 

Animal Welfare in the Post-Covid Era

Organizing Committee

CANDACE CRONEY, PH.D.
Director, Center for Animal Welfare Science
Professor of Animal Behavior and Well-being 

DARRIN KARCHER, PH.D.
Associate Professor of Animal Sciences, Poultry Extension Specialist 

JANICE KRITCHEVSKY, V.M.D., M.S.
Professor, Large Animal Medicine 

NICOLE WIDMAR, PH.D.
Professor, Associate Head, and Graduate Chair of Agricultural Economics 


Program

Thursday, September 29, 2022                                                           

 

OPENING REMARKS
1:00 PM – 1:10 PM
Candace Croney, Ph.D., Purdue University

Improving Swine Resilience to Climate Change
X PM – X PM
Jay S. Johnson, Ph.D., USDA-ARS Livestock Behavior Research Unit

The Changing Landscape of Small Animal Veterinary Needs and Payment Preferences
X PM – X PM
Dr. Courtney Bir, Oklahoma State University

Title
X PM – X PM
Name, Ph.D., University

CLOSING REMARKS
X PM
Candace Croney, Ph.D., Purdue University

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