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Current and Former PBE Students Present Their Research at Academic Conferences

March was a busy month for many Primate Behavior students as they traveled to present their research at various academic conferences! 

Current Primate Behavior MS student Elizabeth Coggeshall presented her research during the Primate Behavior poster session at the 88th Annual meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists (AAPA) in Cleveland, OH. Jake Funkhouser (Primate Behavior MS, 2018) participated in the Primate Behavior podium presentations at the conference. His presentation titled," Re-evaluating the analysis of dominance: Investigations of dominance in captive chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) and wild Tibetan macaques (Macaca thibetana) from a context-dependent perspective", featured collaborative work with Dr. Jessica Mayhew and Dr. Lori Sheeran. Carly Batist (Primate Behavior MS, 2018) also lead a podium presentation at the conference.


Elizabeth Coggeshall and Kalli Kohnen presented research posters at the Northwest Anthropological Conference (NWAC) in Kennewick, WA. Current Primate Behavior MS Student Chad DeBree and Kailie Dombrausky (Primate Behavior MS, 2018) also presented a poster on their collaborative research with Dr. Mary Lee Jensvold and current Primate Behavior MS students Grace Coffman and Emily Patton. 


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