Primatology at UF – Dec 5-6, 2017

Two visiting primatologists, Dr. Tara Stoinski & Prof. David Watts, will share their research and conservation efforts on mountain gorillas in a series of events:

Primatology researchers speak on Mountain Gorilla Conservation

By Dr. Tara Stoinski & Professor David Watts
Wednesday, December 6, 2017 | 12:00-3:00 pm
Smathers Library (East) Room 100

Informal Workshop: Protecting Mountain Gorillas and their Critical Forest Habitat in Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo

By Dr. Tara Stoinski (Fossey Fund)
Tuesday, Dec 5, 2017 | 1-3pm (lunch will be served)
CSE E251 (UFBI Lecture Room)
This will be an informal gathering to provide diverse folks to discuss their ongoing research with Dr. Stoinski. This workshop is for graduate students and faculty only.

FASA (Florida Anthropology Student Association) Colloquium: The Chimpanzees of Ngogo: Behavioral Ecology and Demography of the Largest Known Wild Chimpanzee Community

By Prof. David Watts (Anthropology, Yale University)
Tuesday, Dec 5, 2017 | 4-5pm
113Little Hall (reception to follow in 1208 Turlington Hall)

Keynote Lecture on Mountain Gorilla Conservation

By Dr. Tara Stoinski (Fossey Fund) and Prof. David Watts (Yale University)
Wednesday, Dec 6, 2017 | 12-3pm (lunch served)
UF Libraries (East) Room 100

**Event sponsored by TCD**