Graduate News

Gabe Yapuncich (PhD candidate) – Crazy Mountains Basin, Montana
Tuesday, June 25, 2013

PhD candidate Gabe Yapuncich (in red shirt) gets a little exercise while reburying a Paleocene fossil mammal quarry in the Crazy Mountains Basin in Montana. Yapuncich’s doctoral research involves estimating the body masses of fossil primates and other early mammals that have been recovered from... Read full article »
Kara Walker (PhD candidate) – Gombe National Park, Tanzania
Tuesday, June 25, 2013

PhD candidate Kara Walker (right) consults with a colleague while tracking chimpanzees at Gombe National Park, Tanzania.
Grad Student Sees Yawning Gap in Animal Welfare
Duke Research Blog
Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Lauren Gonzales (PhD candidate) – La Costa, Patagonia, Argentina
Monday, June 25, 2012

PhD candidate Lauren Gonzales (in pink windbreaker) works with colleagues to sort fossils from the La Costa locality in Patagonia, Argentina. Gonzales studies the role of evolution in sensory anatomy in the major adaptive radiations of primates. Her fieldwork in Argentina is focused on improving... Read full article »