Anthrozoology Week at Carroll College is Sept 6-11
Anthrozoology is the study of human and animal interactions and relationships. The Carroll College Anthrozoology program is one of the first of its kind and our students enjoy deeply experiential learning with the help of our canine and equine friends.
The Carroll College Anthrozoology Department is celebrating our unique field and unique human-animal bond for the week of Sept 6-11 with programming open to the campus and the public. We hope you will join us.
Saturday 9/3- ANZ program animals arrive! Be on the lookout and if you see an animal with a green bandana, please welcome them to campus!
Tuesday 9/6 - ANZ Week: Barn Open House - Stop by the Carroll College ANZ Equine Center, and meet our horses and our fantastic equine team at 4:00pm-6:00pm. Address: 4110 Lincoln Rd West. Open to the public, students, staff, and faculty.
Tuesday 9/6 - ANZ Week: Anthrozoology After Carroll - student information session about what you can do after you graduate from Carroll with a degree in Anthrozoology. Graduate school programs, jobs, etc will be discussed. 5:00pm in PCCC Room 101. Open to the public, students, staff, and faculty.
Wednesday 9/7 - ANZ Week: ANZ Roundtable - Anthrozoology: How do advocacy and scholarship work together within our field? Discussion 5:00pm in PCCC Room 101. Open to the public, students, staff, and faculty.
Thursday 9/8 - ANZ Week: What is Anthrozoology - faculty and student information session about what Anthrozoology is, is doing, and how it has uniquely shaped at Carroll College. 5:00pm in PCCC Room 101. Open to the public, students, and faculty.
Thursday 9/8 - ANZ Week: Meet the Animals - Meet the ANZ Program Animals for 2022-2023 - 6:00pm in PCCC Room 100. All students, staff, and faculty are welcome!
Sunday 9/11 - Human-Animal Bond Symposium in the Simperman Wiegand Auditorium (Rooms 101/202): Open to the public, students, staff, and faculty:
- 8:00-10:00am Kathy Klotz & Karen Burns Welcome & Presentations on Helena Community Collaborations with ITA Therapy Animal Teams
- 10:15 - Dr. Marie Suther's Presentation of her work as a veterinarian at Ground Zero after 9/11
- 11:30 - Presentation and Words of Gratitude for the service of humans and animals in the Helena community