This program provides a structured undergraduate degree track focused on interdisciplinary knowledge relating to primates. Students in this program complete coursework and gain practical experience from four disciplines (anthropology, biology, philosophy, and psychology) and have opportunities to conduct scientific research as undergraduates. Graduates of this program are well-prepared to continue their studies for advanced degrees or to enter the work force in the field of animal care giving.
Primate Behavior graduate student Anthony Denice has been awarded a grant from the Primate Society oAmanda Rowe Awarded NSF-EAPSI Grant
Primate Behavior graduate student Amanda Rowe has been awarded a grant from the National Science FouDr. Lixing Sun Publishes Free-lance Article
Dr. Lixing Sun has published an article in the current issues of This View of Life https://evolution