Primate Behavior & Ecology students have several opportunities to complete internships and research with non-human primates in both captive and free-living settings. Opportunities currently include:
Students are also encouraged to design their own research projects or internships. Past students have interned in captive settings and field sites across the United States and abroad.
Students interested in conducting research should familiarize themselves with the CWU policy and procedures of CWU's Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee.
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PAN Meeting 10/14/13 Dean Hall 204 6:00 PM Free pizza while it lasts!