Working across disciplines, CAPP faculty and students in the MS in Animals and Public Policy (MAPP) and DVM programs collaborate in research projects that are intended to make a difference in the lives of animals and the people who interact with and depend on them. The Center evaluates existing animal policies and practices, investigates new ones, and explores the values and beliefs that lay at the Center of human-animal relationships.
Some of this research is grouped below by areas of focus. The complete list of MAPP student research is located on the MS in Animals and Public Policy Capstone Research Projects page. CAPP faculty research can be found on each faculty member’s profile on the CAPP faculty page.