Department of Psychology, Monmouth University
THE HUMAN-ANIMAL WELLNESS COLLABORATORY (HAWC) AT MONMOUTH UNIVERSITY
HAWC is a research, teaching, and outreach lab dedicated to the scientific understanding of human-animal interactions and to the application of that knowledge for improving the lives of both humans and animals in society. Specifically, we are committed to extending best practices of experimental psychology and applied behavior analysis with both humans and non-human animals in a wide range of real-word settings, such as animal shelters and sanctuaries, zoos and aquariums, and with pet owners and dog parks in the community.
THE HUMAN-ANIMAL WELLNESS COLLABORATORY IS DEDICATED TO THE SCIENTIFIC UNDERSTANDING OF HUMAN-ANIMAL INTERACTIONS AND TO THE APPLICATION OF THAT KNOWLEDGE FOR IMPROVING THE LIVES OF BOTH HUMANS AND ANIMALS IN SOCIETY.
Meet The Team!
Community Engagement & Education
Applied Animal Behavior Research Clinic
Aquatic Animal Learning Lab
MU & Six Flags Wild Safari Experience
For Current MU Students:
Are you a current Monmouth University student interested becoming a part of the HAWC team? Please fill out our HAWC Research Assistant Application. Our HAWC team members assist with research, education, and community outreach initiatives involving animals and their people.
If you are a recent Monmouth University alumnus and interested or working in human-animal interactions, please consider signing up for our HAWC Alumni Mentoring Program!
***Please note that HAWC is not accepting graduate students or postdoc positions available at this time.***