The Animal Welfare and Behavior Lab in the Department of Animal Sciences is seeking one undergraduate student to work on a swine research project. Responsibilities will include video and photo editing of swine farms and data entry. Depending on the student's schedule, there may also be opportunities to visit commercial swine facilities and assist with data collection and photography, which will take place on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday mornings. All majors are welcome, but experience with video/photo editing software is required. The position is paid with flexible hours and begins near the start of Spring semester. Please contact Caitlyn Mullins for further information.