Students Write About Research They've Done on an Animal-Related Issue

PAHS encourages students of all ages to engage in individual or team-based research projects about issues or problems in the field of animal welfare. We would want these students to write reports in which they tell us why they chose their topic of interest, why the topic is of concern to people who care about animal welfare, and what kinds of suggestions could be offered for solutions to the problem.

Read a selection of their REPORTS Below:
Ins and Outs of Fostering
Ins and Outs of Fostering
Ins and Outs of Fostering
Ins and Outs of Fostering
Ins and Outs of Fostering
Ins and Outs of Fostering
Ins and Outs of Fostering
Ins and Outs of Fostering
Ins and Outs of Fostering
Ins and Outs of Fostering
Ins and Outs of Fostering
Ins and Outs of Fostering
Ins and Outs of Fostering
Ins and Outs of Fostering
Ins and Outs of Fostering
Ins and Outs of Fostering
Ins and Outs of Fostering
Ins and Outs of Fostering
Ins and Outs of Fostering
Ins and Outs of Fostering
Ins and Outs of Fostering
Ins and Outs of Fostering

Ins and Outs of Fostering

By Simona Yau-Chan

Endangered Mammals of India

By Keshav Ravi

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Project SAVE

By Cupertino High School FBLA

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Factory Farming

By a Gunn High School senior

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Climate Change

Climate Change

By Abhishek Garud

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History of Wolves in Yellowstone

History of Wolves in Yellowstone

By Adi Nikumbh

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Examples of Invasive Animal and Plant Species

Examples of Invasive Animal and Plant Species

By Adi Nikumbh

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Impacts of Coastal Development on Sea Turtles

By Adi Nikumbh

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For more information about this program, contact Leonor Delgado, education and community outreach manager, at leonor.delgado@paloaltohumane.org or (650) 424-1901