Roses are red. Violets are blue. Share Some Love this Valentine's Day and make a student's dream come true!
Will you help a student who cares deeply about Human-Animal Studies attend ASI's second annual Summer Institute being offered this July at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign? The Institute will give advanced graduate students and early career scholars a once-in-a-lifetime chance to share their work in an interdisciplinary setting and receive feedback from peers and a group of world-renowned HAS scholars. Daily plenary lectures by distinguished scholars will be followed by afternoon seminars devoted to discussion of participants' work.
You can make the dream of attending the Summer Institute a reality for a student scholar who—without you—would not have the resources to take part. And even better you can make your gift in honor of someone you love.
We have set a goal to raise at least $2,400 to support scholarships and expenses for the week-long Institute.
If you're tired of flowers and chocolate, here's a chance to celebrate Valentine's Day in a meaningful way. What better way to honor your love than by making a donation in his or her name that will make a dream come true for a student working in the area of Human-Animal Studies.
ASI will send an eCard to your sweetheart to let them know that you cared enough to give a gift that will make a dream come true.
Please show some love by making a generous donation today!
What is ASI All About?
ASI is a nonprofit independent research and educational organization that helps improve and expand knowledge about human-animal relationships in order to create safer and more compassionate communities for all. In particular, ASI exposes students and faculty to the study of human-animal relationships, providing them access to quality information about human-animal studies, including two peer-reviewed journals, Society & Animals and the Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science, the Human-Animal Studies Book Series, and other publications, as well as a wide variety of online materials to help faculty to develop and teach courses, and students to find the programs that suit their needs; provides information and resources to help those who are working in areas of primary, secondary and tertiary prevention and treatment of animal abuse to accomplish their goals, and create and promote diversion and treatment programs to help human service providers identify, evaluate, treat and/or appropriately refer individuals who abuse animals, including the AniCare and AniCare Child programs; and provides evidence-based, theoretically sound and useful knowledge about human-animal relationships to those who work to affect policy and practices involving animals.
But we can't do it without you.
Please support our work by making a generous donation today!
About the organization
Animals and Society Institute
2512 Carpenter Road, Suite 202A
Ann Arbor, MI 48108-1188