The PBE BS and MS programs continue to thrive despite the relocation of Tatu and Loulis to their new home in Montreal.
The curriculum continues to be offered, and new research opportunities for PBE students have been formed through an MOU signed by CWU and Chimpanzee Sanctuary Northwest in Cle Elum, WA. Check out the outstanding facilities and many research opportunities available through the program by going to Research and Internships on the PBE webpage.
http://www.nbcrightnow.com/story/24698992/central-washington-university-starts-new-chimpanzee-santuaCWU Primate Behavior Program Signs MOU With Chimpanzee Sanctuary Northwest
Central Washington University’s Primate Behavior and Ecology (PBE) academic programs are thrivingFirst PBE Brown Bag!!
First PBE Brown Bag Discussion, January 29, Dean Hall 103, noon Please join PBE students and faculty