2nd Worldwide Free Seminar of the Family Dog Project

Live broadcast: 12 talks from Family Dog Project authors of the most recent canine studies.
19 November 2016 17:00-20:30 CET (UTC: 4:00 PM; NYT: 11:00 AM; 8:00 AM PDT) Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Pázmány Péter sétány. 1/c, Bolyai lecture hall. Attendance is free of charge.
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Organized by the MTA-ELTE Comparative Ethology Research Group; the Ethology Department of Eötvös Loránd University; The Hungarian Ethology Foundation & Comparative Behavioural Research Group  of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Program organisers: Enikő Kubinyi, Péter Pongrácz, Ádám Miklósi.

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Report about the Worldwide Free Seminar

On 7/11/2015, the 1st Worldwide Free Seminar of the Family Dog Project, organized by the Hungarian Ethology Foundation took place at the Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary in paralell with the Hungarian event.

You can find more pictures about the event here

The Seminar was a great success: it was followed from all around the world, and by the end of the event we got more than 20 000 views, and as of today more than 31 000! Thank you for joining us!

We are happy to say that we already have a date for next year: 19th of November 2016 If you missed it, you can still watch the seminar here until 7/Nov/2016. http://www.ustream.tv/channel/ra7V8UeyTnW. Later the peresentations will be available on FDP' YouTube channel.

In Budapest, we had 400 registrated participants, and more than 8000 online viewers.

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Support for participation at the Hungarian Ethological Conference

The Foundation has decided to cover the accomodation and registration fees for the 17th Hungarian Ethological Conference of the following students and researchers:

  1. Abdai, Judit
  2. Dr. Andics, Attila
  3. Dr. Ujfalussy, Dorottya
  4. Czinege, Nikolett
  5. Fazekas, Emese
  6. Dr. Gerencsér, Linda
  7. Lehoczki, Fanni
  8. Morvai, Boglárka
  9. Szánthó, Flóra
  10. Szabó, Dóra
  11. Gábor, Anna
  12. Kovács, Krisztina
  13. Reicher, Vivien
  14. Temesi, Andrea

More information about the conference (in Hungarian): here

Do as I do exam

The Hungarian Ethology Foundation organises training seminars and exams for dog owners who want to learn the "Do as I do" method, developed by Dr. Claudia Fugazza at the Department of Ethology, Eötvös University.

On 9th November the first "Do as I do" exam took place at the Department. Congratulations to the successful teams!


More about the "Do as I do" training method: here