Webinar: ABC Graduate Program Information Session with Q&A

Thu, Feb 29, 2024 3:00 PM | EST
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The Animal Behavior & Conservation (ABC) program at Hunter College offers students the unique opportunity to complete a 36-credit MA program or a 15-credit Advanced Certificate program in the heart of New York City.

There is increasing scientific and public sentiment, awareness, and interest in animal behavior, cognition, communication, conservation, and animal welfare science and the importance of enrichment for zoo, laboratory, and farm animals. This has been reflected in a growing need for highly trained scientists and professionals in these areas.

Our ABC faculty are engaged in cutting edge research and are well known for their scholarly pursuits and recognized for their contributions to translational science.

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Fall 2024 – New Internship Track of the MA Program

Pending NYSED approval

Coming in Fall 2024 the ABC MA program will include two distinct tracks: a thesis track and an internship track. The thesis track entails collaboration with a Hunter College professor to create and finalize an independent research study of animal behavior. The internship track requires students to complete a semester-long internship at an approved animal behavior-related organization.

To receive information and updates about the new Internship Track of the MA program, please provide your email below or contact Jennifer Savoie, the ABC Internship Coordinator, at jsavoie@hunter.cuny.edu.

Join the Herd: ABC Graduate Program Information Session with Q&A

Live Webinar | Thu, Feb 29, 2024 3:00 PM | EST

Join us for an informative session on the Animal Behavior & Conservation (ABC) Graduate Program, presented by the Internship Coordinator, Jennifer Savoie.

Agenda:

  • Intro to the program with Joshua Plotnik, PhD, Assistant Professor
  • Overview of ABC Graduate Program: Master’s & Advanced Certificate
  • Program insight – coursework, study abroad options, faculty, and research
  • In-depth exploration of the new ABC Internship Track
  • Review of admissions requirements and application process
  • Q&A session

Registration is required to access the webinar link. You can register at any time.

The webinar will be recorded for those unable to attend, and a link will be available after the event.

We look forward to meeting you!

 

Webinar Info

Date: Thu, Feb 29, 2024 – 03:00 PM EST
Duration: 1 – 1.5 Hour
Access: Registration required

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