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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 »
Ruth Steel Mock (PhD, 2012) – Beza-Mahafaly, Madagascar
Monday, June 25, 2012

Ruth Steel Mock (PhD, 2012) tries to locate a radio-collared mouse lemur in the Beza-Mahafaly Reserve of Madagascar, as part of the undergraduate research she conducted before coming to Duke.
Evan MacLean (PhD, 2012) – Lola Ya Bonobo, DRC
Monday, June 25, 2012

Evan MacLean (PhD, 2012) spends some quality time with a couple of juvenile bonobos at Lola Ya Bonobo, Democratic Republic of Congo. As these bonobos get older, they will be integrated into a mixed age, mixed sex group and will be free to roam vast expanses of nearby forest on their own. MacLean... Read full article »
Senior Stories 2012
Wednesday, May 9, 2012

In the four years since the more than 1,600 members of the Class of 2012 arrived at Duke, they have been changed by their university experience in ways large and small.  Below are stories of nearly two dozen students who will graduate Sunday.  Some have discovered unexpected intellectual... Read full article »
Catherine Workman (PhD, 2010) – Equateur Province, DRC
Friday, June 25, 2010

Catherine Workman (PhD, 2010) (far right) stops for a photo with some friends in the Equateur Province of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Although Workman’s doctoral research was conducted in Vietnam, she spent time in Africa helping reintroduce bonobos into the wild from a rescue and... Read full article »