From the Brock News:
“Kendra Coulter, Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Labour Studies, has been named a Fellow of the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics for her outstanding contributions to the field.
With this Fellowship, Coulter joins the Centre’s exclusive cadre of accomplished academics who are “pioneering new work in animal ethics — helping to press the envelope in terms of new thinking,” according to Centre Director, Professor Andrew Linzey.
To be considered for Fellowship, nominees must have a deep commitment to the ethical treatment of animals and demonstrate excellence in scholarly work and relevant research. The selection process is rigorous with only a small proportion of nominees appointed.
Coulter was nominated by Keri Cronin, Associate Professor of Visual Arts and Brock’s incoming Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies in the Faculty of Humanities. Cronin is also a Fellow.”