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Five Current and Former PBE Students Set to Continue Their Graduate Education In The Fall

Five students from the Primate Behavior and Ecology Program have been accepted into graduate programs to continue their research careers and pursue advanced academic degrees!

Grace Coffman was accepted into the Philosophy M.A. program at York University in Toronto, Canada where she will study animal ethics and cognitive science as a foundation for future captive welfare research.

Mireille Gonzalez was accepted into the Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Ph.D. Program at Colorado State University to study human-wildlife conflict and the human-wildlife interface with respect to wolf reintroduction, conservation, and management.

Victoria Green was accepted into the Philosophy Ph.D. program at Texas A&M University where she will continue to study ethics and methodology in primate field research.

Alex Sacco was accepted into the Biological Anthropology Ph.D. Program at Washington University in St. Louis where she will continue to study primate health with a focus on reproductive endocrinology and immunity.

Alexandra Sheldon (Primate Behavior MS, 2017) was accepted into the Anthropology Ph.D. program at the University of Texas at San Antonio where she will continue to study the social behavior of juvenile gibbons.


Congratulations to all!  Your hard work and dedication have paid off. 

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