Welcome to Human-Animal Interaction Studies (HAIS) at Colorado State University. This website is your gateway to professional and scholarly activities at CSU that advance the field of human-animal interactions.
HAIS includes many relevant disciplines, for example: anthropology, animal behavior, art and literature, education, ethics, ethology, history, human medicine, psychology, sociology, and veterinary medicine.
The mission of HAIS is the accurate and timely dissemination of information pertaining to education and research within the broad realm of human-animal interactions.
HAIS is an interdisciplinary collaborative project that seeks to highlight the strengths of Colorado State University faculty and programs in relation to the cultural study of animals and human-animal interactions. HAIS is led by Clinical Sciences Associate Professor and Director, Dr. Lori Kogan.
Publicize relevant HAIS at CSU;
Create and promote a community of interested faculty and students;
Provide a platform for the development of collaborative HAIS research projects;
Coordinate efforts related to HAIS lecture series and conferences;
Promote multi-departmental collaboration at CSU regarding HAIS and the human-animal bond;
Promote collaboration with other universities surrounding HAIS.
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