University of BC – Stratton Memorial Lecture

  • 2016
    Temple Grandin, University of Colorado – “Maintaining High Standards in Animal Welfare”

    The 2016 Stratton Lecture “Maintaining high standards in animal welfare” by Dr Temple Grandin was a tremendous success. The interest from the public and the University community was overwhelming. Dr Grandin’s talk was fully subscribed two weeks before the event, with a waiting list of 164. Dr Grandin kindly allowed us to audio tape her talk, a link to which was sent to all those on the wait list. The talk was broadcast on UBC CiTR radio, and the lecture is now available as a podcast to the general public at http://reachout.landfood.ubc.ca/2016/lfs-centennial-temple-grandin/?login
  • 2015 No lecture
  • 2104 No lecture
  • 2013
    Chris Draper, Born Free Foundation – “Welfare in a Conservation Context
  • 2012
    Dr Becky Whay, Professor, University of Bristol, School of Veterinary Medicine. “Improving the lives of working horse (and their owners) in the developing world”
  • 2011 No lecture
  • 2010
    Dr Ian Duncan, Professor, University of Guelph. “Animal welfare, a recent history”
  • 2009
    Steve Ross, Lester E Fisher Center for Study and Conservation of Apes,

    Lincoln Park Zoo, Chicago. “Enriching the lives of zoo animals”
  • 2008
    10th Anniversary of the UBC Animal Welfare Program, alumni panel discussion
    :
    Cassandra Tucker, PhD University of California, Davis
    Carol Morgan, PhD, DVM, Veterinarian
    Sara Dubois, MSc, BC SPCA
    Julie Huzzey, PhD candidate, Cornell University
    Leanne McConnachie, MSc, Vancouver Humane Society
  • 2007
    Prof. Larry Dill, Simon Fraser University “Animal welfare and conservation”
  • 2006
    Dr. Carla Forte Maiolino Molento, Universidade Federal do Paraná, Brazil; “Animal welfare and the control of stray dogs in Brazil”
  • 2005
    Dr Andrew Rowan, Executive VP Humane Society of the United States, “The animal protection movement in North America”
  • 2004
    Dr Arnold Arluke, Professor, Northeastern University, “Understanding the no-kill controversy”