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Clive Wynne
Attendee 2024
Board of Directors

Back in the pandemic some of us had an occasional zoom seminar in which we shared new findings in canine scholarship. I’ve decided I miss our little gatherings and am restarting the International Canine Science Seminar in fall. It will be every Weds in Sept, Oct and Nov at 9:00 am Mountain Standard Time. Presently that is: CA 9:00 am; NY, Chile Noon; Western Europe 18:00; Eastern Europe 19:00. Clocks don’t change in AZ, so these times will become an hour earlier at some point in fall.

Speakers will be invited to present for no more than 40 mins to ensure plenty of time for discussion.  

If you would like to join us please email me at cwynne1@asu.edu for more details.


Clive D. L. Wynne, PhD, FLS,

Professor, Department of Psychology,

Director, Canine Science Collaboratory,

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U Washington Scholarship for Certificate in Applied Animal Behavior

Due August 8, 2024


https://www.pce.uw.edu/applied-animal-behavior-scholarship?utm_source=linkedin&utm_medium=social_media&utm_campaign=animal_behavior_scholarship


University of Washington Professional & Continuing Education’s Certificate in Applied Animal Behavior program is pleased to announce scholarship support for students through the Applied Animal Behavior Scholarship Fund and the Department of Psychology. The purpose of this fund is to provide merit-based financial assistance to students who have applied to the Certificate in Applied Animal Behavior program.

The fund will award up to three scholarships for the 2024-2025 certificate program. One award will cover full course costs, excluding fees ($3,645, or $1,215 per quarter), and two awards will be for $1,500, or $500 per quarter. Awards will be applied directly to the recipients' program costs each quarter.

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Training Kennel Technician

Boring, Oregon

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Give your best for dogs who give their all. 

 At Guide Dogs for the Blind (GDB), we’re devoted to giving our dogs a healthy and safe environment. As a Training Kennel Technician on our Boring, OR campus, you’ll play an important role in providing enrichment for the physical and mental well-being of our dogs and making sure their kennels are clean and maintained. Individuals with a willingness to learn, a desire for being physically active at work, and an appreciation for working as part of a team to achieve a greater goal with thrive here.  We’re viewed as a leader in the guide dog/service dog industry with facilities functioning at a high level.   In addition to the rewards of working with our dogs, we also offer a generous starting rate with room to grow and build a career in canine…


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Note that while you will not immediately become a trainer, you will be able to partake in the mentorship program which will help you build the skills to become a guide dogs for the blind technician.

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Anya P.
Attendee 2024
Trainee Chapter

Ph.D. Opening in Dingo Ecology & Behavior with Dr. Bradley Smith @ CQUniversity


$36,000 AUS annually

LINK TO APPLY

A PhD opportunity exists in the study of dingo ecology, behaviour and cultural importance for an independent and self-motivated Australian domestic postgraduate student with a 1st Class honours degree in the biological or social sciences. The proposed project will focus on the wartarji (dingo) residing in the Great Sandy Desert (GSD) region of Western Australia.


The three main aims and outcomes of the funded study include:

1. To learn about the population dynamics, diet, genetics, and movements of dingoes within the GSD.


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