UCLA Today discussed our annual symposium in an article titled, An Evolutionary Tale About Dogs And Humans. Full story here
A study of the evolution of dogs has opened new and unparalleled doorways to understanding how genes and the genome produce diversity. Held Feb. 25-26, the two-day public symposium, “Made for Each Other? Dog and Human Co-evolution,” brought together geneticists, behaviorists, dog lovers and trainers, historians, cultural anthropologists, ecologists, artists and many others to discuss the genesis of dogs and explore the changing and complex relationship between dogs and humans.