Drury Animal Welfare Group

About the Organization
Drury Animal Welfare Group is a group intended not only for animal lovers, but for anyone interested in learning about and promoting the welfare of animals. Our mission is to educate as many people as possible about a variety of animal issues (overpopulation, abuse, neglect, etc.). We wish to educate the student body about issues involving ethical reasoning, along with creating a sense of community within the group. Not only will we be working as a group, but we will encourage students to volunteer with other animal organizations and reach out into the Springfield community.

Drury Animal Welfare Group meets on Wednesdays weekly at 5:00pm in Olin Room 006.

How to Join
One can become a member of Drury Animal Welfare Group by attending meetings, participating in awareness events

Email: mfullerton@drury.edu

Campus Advisor
Patricia McEachern, Ph.D
Director, Forum on Animal Rights
Dorothy Jo Barker Endowed Professor for the Study of Animal Rights
Professor of French
Pearsons 305
(417) 873-7801

At a Glance:

  • Awareness organization
  • Open membership
  • First-year students welcome
  • Weekly meetings
  • No involvement fees
  • To join, attend meetings