|Ricardo Fernandes received a B.S. in animal and veterinary science, along with a minor in biology and theatre arts, from the University of Rhode Island. He is a licensed veterinary technician and specializes in emergency and critical care medicine. His areas of interest include primate communication, primate physiology of locomotion, infant/mother interactions, and parental care. In addition, Ricardo is very interested in the welfare of captive primates. He will be analyzing fecal samples to look at population genetics of white faced saki monkeys (Pithecia) in South America. Dr. Joseph Lorenz is his thesis committee chair.|
Natasha Zientek graduated with a B.A. in Anthropology from The Ohio State University. She studied community-based primate conservation focused on Tibetan macaques at Mt. Huangshan, China. Dr. Lori Sheeran was her thesis committee chair.
Zientek, Natasha, IMPACTS OF BEHAVIORAL EDUCATION ON ACTIONS AND CONSERVATION ATTITUDES OF TOURISTS AT THE VALLEY OF THE WILD MONKEYS,
Asa Staven graduated from Montana State University majoring in Fish and Wildlife Management and minoring in Entomology. He had a Teaching Assistantship from the Biology Department and studied the behaviors of juvenile Tibetan macaques (Macaca thibetana). Dr. Steven Wagner was his thesis committee chair.
Staven, Asa, INTERACTIONS BETWEEN TOURISTS AND JUVENILE TIBETAN MACAQUES (Macaca thibetana) AT MT. HUANGSHAN, CHINA / 2014
Erika Jackson Price graduated from the University of Southern California with a B.A. in Neuroscience and a minor in Jazz Music. Her primary interests are the behaviors of free-ranging primates, psychology, and music. She recorded, cataloged, and analyzed the vocalizations of Tibetan macaques at Mt. Huangshan, China. Dr. Lori Sheeran was her thesis committee chair.
Price, Erika, VOCALIZATIONS OF TIBETAN MACAQUES (Macaca thibetana) AT MT. HUANGSHAN, CHINA / 2014
Savannah is currently a PhD student enrolled in an Anthropology program at Purdue University. Her faculty advisor was Dr. Mary Lee Jensvold.
Jensvold ML; Wilding L; Schulze SM. 2014. Signs of communication in chimpanzees. G. Witzany (Ed.), Biocommunication of Animals (pp. 7-19). Dordrecht: Springer.
Schulze, Savannah, THE DIRECTED SCRATCH GESTURE: A REFERENTIAL GESTURE IN CHIMPANZEES / 2014
|RyAnn Stafford||Faculty Advisor: Dr. Mary Lee Jensvold|
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Mary Lee Jensvold
Carner, Amanda, Gesture sequence in captive orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus) / 2014
|Kaeley Sullins||Faculty Advisor: Dr. Mary Lee Jensvold|
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Marte Fallshore
Carr, Tony, EMPATHY: A POSSIBLE LINK BETWEEN CHARISMATIC MEGAFAUNA AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERN / 2014
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