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“David’s Ark” Documentary Screening and Q&A

Thursday Sep 10 | 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

Thursday, September 10


Documentary screening and Q&A with David Studebaker, comedian and host of “David’s Ark”

Online via Zoom: Meeting ID 986 2204 1922, password: studebaker

— How can a stand-up comedian help save animals? David Studebaker, named “One of the 10 Best Comics to Watch,” set out to find the answer. As the creator and host of the YouTube documentary series David’s Ark, he shares some of the challenges animals face and highlights the people and organizations that are fighting to protect them.

— In this event David will give some background on the series and the animal advocates he works with. Then attendees will get the chance to ask him questions about animals, animal carers, comedy, and anything else on their minds.


David’s Ark Episode 9, Marine Mammal Center:

— David Studebaker is the creator/host of the award-winning YouTube documentary series David’s Ark, for which he travels the country highlighting people and organizations who work to protect animals and the environment. He has been featured on Fox and ABC, and was the host of “Pivot on the Street” for Pivot TV’s national network. He has headlined comedy fundraiser shows for a variety of charities, and is the emcee for the Last Chance for Animals’s annual celebrity awards gala at the Beverly Hilton. In 2019 he and his wife gave birth to their first child (she did most of the work).

— cosponsored by TCU Human-Animal Relationships minor (, FrogPACK student animal welfare organization, CJ Society, and TCU Rhino Club

— for more information, please contact Dr. Dave Aftandilian at

Virtual-Attend or sign up online

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2800 S. University Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About TCU Rhino Initiative

“David’s Ark” Documentary Screening and Q&A
The TCU Rhino Initiative is focused on helping to save the rhino and ensure its long-term survival. In South Africa, rhino are being brutally poached at a rate of more than three per day. Our community stands ready to help on several fronts, from organizing reduction demand campaigns and raising public awareness, to supporting protection and rescue initiatives on the ground, where poached rhinos can be rehabilitated and eventually function again in wild habitats.

Questions about this event?

Alexia Fornah


Phone: 8178635564