Brittany Campbell is a 2017-2019 Humane Jobs MA Fellow. She is assisting with research on animal cruelty investigation work and policy, and examining humane enforcement in the province of Manitoba.
Darren Chang has an MA in philosophy from Queen’s University and is assisting with research on plant-based and vegan businesses.
Bridget Nicholls is a 2017-2019 Humane Jobs MA Fellow who has worked as a research assistant for Dr. Coulter for three years. Her MA explores the intersections of cruelty investigation work, law, and policy.
Victoria Readings was an MA student in Critical Sociology at Brock University and was the 2016-2017 Humane Jobs MA Fellow. Her thesis assesses alternatives to the spring bear hunt in Ontario that interweave intra- and interspecies solidarity with sustainable local economic development.
Richard Telfer has an MA in sociology from Western University and assists with quantitative data and research infrastructure.
Anelyse Weiler is a PhD student in sociology at the University of Toronto who has assisted with research on agriculture, farming labour, and the future of ethical farming.
Congratulations to Kata Boric, Cydney Cronk, and Rebecca Hadfield, the inaugural winners of the Promise Prize for Top Achievement in the Study of Animals at Work.
Congratulations to Megan Maclennan, Kate Spiegel, and Lindsay Griffiths, the 2017 winners of the Promise Prize for Top Achievement in the Study of Animals at Work.
Congratulations to Amy Gilners, the winter 2018 winner of the Promise Prize who donated the financial portion of the award to the fundraising campaign for a large animal scanner at the Ontario Veterinary College successfully undertaken by the Happily Ever Esther Farm Sanctuary.