|Brian Hall received his B.A. in Anthropology from the University of Washington. While at CWU, Brian studied adult female personality and maternal style in Tibetan macaques (Macaca thibetana) at the Valley of the Wild Monkeys in Mt. Huangshan, China. Dr. Lori Sheeran is the chair of his thesis committee. He currently works for SNBL USA.|
|John Rinear received his B.A. in Anthropology and B.S. in Primate Behavior and Ecology from Central Washington University. While at CWU, John studied the sleeping site preferences of wild white-bearded gibbons (Hylobates agilis albiarbis). Dr. Lori Sheeran is his thesis committee chair.|
Sydney Self received her B.S. in Anthropology and B.S. in Primate Behavior and Ecology from Central Washington University. Sydney completed her M.S. degree in Spring, 2010. She studied infant-directed aggression in Tibetan macaques (Macaca thibetana) at the Valley of the Wild Monkeys in Mt. Huangshan, China. Dr. Lori Sheeran was her thesis committee chair.
Self, Sydney Michelle, Tourist density and infant-directed aggression in Macaca thibetana at Mt. Huangshan, China / 2010
Lindsay Zager completed her M.S. degree at CWU in Summer, 2011. She studied visitor effect in zoo-living chimpanzees. Dr. Mary Lee Jensvold was her thesis committee chair. Lindsay is currently working at a vet hospital.
Zager, Lindsay Nichole, An experiment in zoo visitor education : encouraging friendly chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) behaviors / 2011
Monday, 4/14/14, at 5 PM on the 3rd floor of Dean HallDr. Jensvold Interviewed On KNDO Yakima
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