KQED 'Do Now U' Features ​Post ​By ​SMC Students ​On No-Kill Animal Shelters​

A KQED Do Now U article on no-kill animal shelters was submitted by SMC students and selected as the featured science education post.A science communication exercise by students in Biology Professor Douglas Long's Bio 50 course was selected for the KQED "Do Now U" science education feature. The post “Do No-Kill Shelters Really Benefit Animals?” which was created by Sarah Downey, Hana Harrell, Megan Hoglund and Jelyn Javier, reports on the benefits of so called "No-Kill" animal shelters, which do not euthanize animals. Long states that in the notification about the students' winning post, the KQED ​representative ​sa​id​ "It’s the most well written Do Now U that I’ve received this semester".  Do Now U is a ​popular ​bi​-​weekly activity for students and the public to engage and respond to current issues using social media.

Date of Mention: 
Wednesday, May 24, 2017