Becoming an Anthrozoologist Blog

Welcome to the International Society for Anthrozoology (ISAZ) Student Blog! The goal of the ISAZ Student Blog is to encourage student networking and facilitate collaboration among researchers in anthrozoology.

The blog is edited by the ISAZ Student Chapter and all current members of ISAZ (student or otherwise) are eligible to submit. Please see the Submissions Page for the submission guidelines.

Latest Posts

“Meet the Anthrozoologist” with the ISAZ 2022 Conference Keynote Speakers

This month, we reached out to our four highly anticipated ISAZ 2022 Conference Keynote Speakers — Alexandra Horowitz, MS, PhD; Iván Cervantes-Sandoval, MSc, PhD; Michelle Rodrigues, MA, PhD; and Suzanne Asha Stone, MSc — with the question, “What excites you most about the work that you’re doing, and how do you see it moving theContinue reading ““Meet the Anthrozoologist” with the ISAZ 2022 Conference Keynote Speakers”

“Meet the Anthrozoologist” Interview with Dr. Patricia Pendry

This month we had the pleasure of chatting with Dr. Patricia Pendry, the current president of the International Society for Anthrozoology (ISAZ) and an Associate Professor of Human Development/Graduate Faculty of Prevention Science at Washington State University. Her research takes a biobehavioral approach towards the study of HAI by examining the causal effects of AAIs in preventingContinue reading ““Meet the Anthrozoologist” Interview with Dr. Patricia Pendry”

“Meet the Anthrozoologist” Interview with Dr. Kristen Jacobson

In this edition of “Meet the Anthrozoologist” we’re chatting with Kristen Jacobson, the current president of the International Society for Anthrozoology (ISAZ) and an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Neuroscience at The University of Chicago. She has over 20 years of experience conducting research on the socioemotional and behavioral development inContinue reading ““Meet the Anthrozoologist” Interview with Dr. Kristen Jacobson”

Musings of an Early Career Anthrozoologist: Becoming With our Study Animals

By: Jes Hooper It’s a quiet start to the morning and I am feeling the butterflies of nervous anticipation. It will be my first academic conference as a post-graduate researcher. I wonder if maybe including the word “poop” in the title was a good idea or not, to use the word “faeces” sounded somewhat pretentiousContinue reading “Musings of an Early Career Anthrozoologist: Becoming With our Study Animals”

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