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NAVS-Supported Study Published in Educator Journal

September 20, 2022 Comments Off on NAVS-Supported Study Published in Educator Journal
January 27 @ 12:23 pm

NAVS is proud to have contributed to a new article published in The American Biology Teacher about the benefits of using non-animal teaching methods in place of traditional animal dissection.…

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Sanctuary Spotlight: The Center for Great Apes

September 20, 2022 Comments Off on Sanctuary Spotlight: The Center for Great Apes
January 27 @ 12:23 pm

The abrupt closing of Wildlife Waystation in California in 2019 left more than 400 animals in need of finding new homes. This included more than 40 chimpanzees, many of whom…

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A New Name to Meet Sanctuaries’ Growing Needs

September 8, 2022 Comments Off on A New Name to Meet Sanctuaries’ Growing Needs
January 27 @ 12:23 pm

Assisting Sanctuary Animals A New Name to Meet Sanctuaries’ Growing Needs The NAVS Sanctuary Fund has a new name-but not a new purpose-to better describe our work to help rescue…

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What Would You Say to Elected Officials?

August 17, 2022 Comments Off on What Would You Say to Elected Officials?
January 27 @ 12:23 pm

In early August, NAVS returned to the National Conference of State Legislators (NCSL) after a two-year COVID-induced hiatus. Held in Denver, the event offered an opportunity for NAVS, represented by…

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…And Then There Were Five

August 17, 2022 Comments Off on …And Then There Were Five
January 27 @ 12:23 pm

Each year, thanks to your generosity and commitment to advancing science without harming animals, NAVS awards a grant to the International Foundation for Ethical Research (IFER) to fund Graduate Student…

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Sanctuary Spotlight: Helping Rescued Beagles Find Homes

August 16, 2022 Comments Off on Sanctuary Spotlight: Helping Rescued Beagles Find Homes
January 27 @ 12:23 pm

Over the last few weeks, animal rescue groups across the United States have teamed up to rescue thousands of beagles from a breeding facility in Virginia. A federal judge ordered…

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NAVS Joins KUSI News to Talk Animal Testing

August 16, 2022 Comments Off on NAVS Joins KUSI News to Talk Animal Testing
January 27 @ 12:23 pm

Last month, we shared the exciting news about 4,000 beagles rescued from a breeding mill in Virginia. These animals were being kept in deplorable conditions while being raised to be…

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NAVS Unveils New Science Curriculum at Educator Conference

August 16, 2022 Comments Off on NAVS Unveils New Science Curriculum at Educator Conference
January 27 @ 12:23 pm

In July, NAVS took part in the National Science Teaching Association’s (NSTA’s) National Conference in Chicago. At the conference, NAVS staff members offered information about the humane education resources offered…

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Ever Heard of a “Build-a-Body” Workshop?

August 16, 2022 Comments Off on Ever Heard of a “Build-a-Body” Workshop?
January 27 @ 12:23 pm

“It’s good to be back in person.” That’s what J.P. Theriault told the NAVS team during Anatomy in Clay’s professional development session at the University of Illinois Chicago (UIC). J.P.…

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Sanctuary Spotlight: Meet Kera 

July 19, 2022 Comments Off on Sanctuary Spotlight: Meet Kera 
January 27 @ 12:23 pm

In the summer of 2020, A Pathway to Hope, an animal rescue group in North Haledon, New Jersey, reached out to NAVS to request emergency assistance for Kera, a Siberian…

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