Professor Kristin Andrews appointed to York Research Chair

Professor Kristin Andrews has been appointed to a Tier II (emerging scholar) York Research Chair in Animal Minds.  York Research Chairs (YRCs) is an internal program aimed at building research recognition and research capacity, with excellence in research, scholarship and associated creative activity being the selection criteria. Standards, expectations and supports for YRCs are at the same level as for the Canada Research Chairs program.

Professor Andrews’ interests are in animal and child social cognition and moral development. She has worked with dolphins in Hawaii and orangutans in Borneo. Her research area is in the philosophy of psychology. Her first book, Do Apes Read Minds?, was published by MIT Press in 2012.

Congratulations to Kristin for this very well deserved honor!