Center for Animals and Public Policy Faculty Fellows

Since its founding, the Center for Animals and Public Policy has reached out to scholars and practitioners in the Tufts community and beyond to enrich the experience of its students and advance its mission to explore human-animal relationships. Faculty from all three departments at the Cummings School, other Tufts schools, and neighboring institutions such as MIT, Northeastern University, the University of Massachusetts, Amherst College, the MSPCA, and the Animal Rescue League Boston conduct classes, mentor student research, lead service activities, and present public seminars under CAPP sponsorship.

The title of Faculty Fellow is awarded by the Dean of the Cummings School to participants who have shown a deep and consistent commitment to the Center's efforts in graduate and veterinary education, research, service and outreach.

If you are interested in becoming a Faculty Fellow at the Center for Animals and Public Policy please contact:

Ginny Shugrue
Program Coordinator
Phone: (508) 839-7991
capp [at] tufts [dot] edu