Last year at Minds at Work, I presented the topic of “what your pet is in the eyes of the law.”
Well, they’re sadly considered property. Although there is an increase in law that give more protection for cats and dogs, other animals that are considered pets still have a long way to go in the eyes of the law.
This year, Brittany Greenwell and Clara Wilson are once again hosting Minds at Work. I will also be presenting again at the event! Minds at Work is an event where students as well as the different ELSB committees will be presenting topics that allows the students to know more about a topic.
At the end of the event, there will be an informational tabling where you can find out more about how you can help and how you can learn more about the topic.
You should all come out!
It’s Minoru from the Animal Welfare committee.
This November 27th, we are showing a film called Racing Extinction. We will start at 7PM in the Floyd Theatre.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MwxyrLUdcss is the trailer for the documentary.
It’s a great documentary that has a lot of amazing footage of earth and the animal that live on it. It also has a lot of take aways to help our planet.
Do you have any extra of these items? Well, look not further! The shelter that we volunteer with is always looking for these foods.
Please donate them to the ELSB office if you have any extra!
Did you miss our tabling event: Safety Catching?
Here are some tips things to think about if you're planning on using humane mouse traps:
Mice don’t love cheese as much as you think they do, but if you use a strong enough cheese, it may work.
Whale, hello there!
My name is Minoru Chou and I will be this year’s new Director of Animal Welfare alongside Noah Barnes, the Associate Director. We both are very excited to be a part of the board again and hope to do a lot more with the committee than ever before!
Like last year, we will be having weekly meetings but this year, we want to get our committee way more involved. One of our goals is to put a bigger emphasis on non-pet animals and focus a lot more on animals throughout our world.
We hope that you are thinking about great ideas for this school year so that we can create events that engage and educate the UofL community! Don’t worry, everyone is koalafied to be a part of our committee and we hope to see you there!
Let minnow if you have any questions or concerns about our committee, please contact us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
When: Every Other Tuesday
Time: 4:00 - 5:00PM
Animal Welfare educates and provides students with opportunities to become active citizens through animal rights' activities and events.
Director: Minoru Chou
Assoc. Director: Noah Barnes
The Engage Lead Serve Board's mission is to enhance the education of students by providing structured experiential and developmental opportunities that encourage community engagement, model good leadership, and allow active service.
Engage Lead Serve Board
Student Activities Center, W310
University of Louisville
Louisville, KY 40292
Telephone: (502) 852-4333