Enjoy the positive benefits of animals during the Zooeyia event on April 18 – Community


Published on April 14, 2022 |
by University Communications

The College of Education and Human Services invites the college campus community to attend a Zooeyia event from 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Monday, April 18. Zooeyia (pronounced zoo-AY-uh) is the idea that companion animals, also known as companion animals, can be good for human health and provide many positive benefits.

Several animal engagement events will be set up on campus, starting at 11:30 a.m.

  • Dog world: Meet K-9s, law enforcement dogs, under the large oak tree in Kirk Lawn near Benedict’s Coffeehouse or meet service/therapy dogs on the College of Business lawn near the fountain .
  • Horse world: Tour with Honey’s Mini Horses near the Student Community Center.
  • Farm World: The Farm 4-H Club Academy will display its animals under the large oak tree in the Bowl near the Daniel A. Cannon Memorial Library.
  • Wildlife documentaries: All are welcome to watch my turkey life and How dogs changed the world in the student activities building, room 117.

For more information, please contact the Associate Dean of the College of Education and Human Services, Rhondda Waddell.

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