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Animals & Society Short Course 2019
Animals & Society Short Course 2019 Interested human-animal relationships? Would you like to deepen your understanding of animal issues and how to create change? The Center for Animals and Public Policy conducts a one-week summer course June 10-14th to examine some of the high-profile animal issues that we explore in depth in the MAPP program. A mix of lectures, short field trips, and group discussions will enable participants to use the material covered and apply it to their own experience.
Price:$0.00 - $400.00 (depends on options selected)

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A 25% processing fee will apply to all cancellations. All cancellations will be considered on an individual basis. For inquiries regarding refunds, please contact the Center for Animals and Public Policy at 508-839-7991 or