Are you interested in animal biology, life sciences, animal welfare or all the above?
Join us on March 16th (Friday) from 1-5pm at the Ponderosa Commons Ballroom for a series of talks about current animal welfare issues regarding animals in science. Conference topics will be presented by experts from UBC and the University of Guelph, representing academic, research, and advocacy perspectives.
Doors will open at 12:30. After the talks, a light lunch will be provided, and you will get the opportunity to network with the speakers and ask questions.
Register and buy your tickets via the Eventbrite page
For more information about the conference, visit our AWC Website
Note: Attendees are not required to remain for the whole duration of the conference though we do request that any entries and exits be made during the breaks in order to be respectful.
Non-UBC PAW members: $8
UBC PAW members: $4 (A Promo code should have been sent to you from our PAW Club email.)
*To use the promo code, please buy your ticket on the Eventbrite page, as Facebook does not accept promo codes.
Location: Ponderosa Commons Ballroom (UBC)
Time: March 16th, 1-5pm