Animal Careers Virtual Lecture @ Brandywine Zoo
Want to work with Animals? Careers explored.
Brandywine Zoo virtual series explores careers with animals Whether you are in school, looking for a career, or just plain curious, join the Brandywine Zoo and a roster of fascinating professionals for a mini-lecture series focusing on careers working with animals—from veterinarians to researchers, from zookeepers to behaviorists, speakers will discuss career paths, what they do in their jobs, and hold a Q & A session after each presentation.
Monthly sessions are hosted on Zoom on January 3, February 7, March 7, and April 11 at 11am-12:15pm. Each session will feature three different speakers. Each session costs $8 and may be purchased on the zoo website.
Can’t make a live session? Recordings of sessions are also available for purchase for the same price. Learn more and register at http://bit.ly/2Wx0Isg.
January 3rd speakers include 1) Seth Magle, director of the Urban Wildlife Institute at the Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago, and executive director of the Urban Wildlife Information Network, 2) Dr. Ted Stankowich, associate professor and director of the Mammal Lab at California State University Long Beach where he studies the evolution of antipredator defenses, weapons (e.g., tusks, horns, and antlers), and warning coloration in mammals, and 3) Ashley Gramza, a conservation social scientist for the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission who studies how people think and feel about wildlife and how humans and wildlife interact.
The animal careers virtual series is brought to you by the Delaware Zoological Society and the Brandywine Zoo. For more information, call (302) 571-7850 Ext. 209 or email [email protected]
Date & Time
January 3, 2021
11:00AM - 12:15PM