Primate Studies Field School in Rwanda

  In this course, students will study the dynamics of primate social relationships and connection to social systems and local ecology. They will also learn how a variety of quantitative field techniques and data-gathering tools are used to describe and analyze social interactions, social systems, and environmental features. Students will have the opportunity to earn 6 units of FSHD 493E/693, ANTH 495D/595D, or PSYCH 499/599  for their participation in this hands-on field course. Credit may also be available from a variety of other UA departments.
 

Important Dates:

Study Abroad Fair: UA Mall in November and January

Information Session: November and January

APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 15th

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Dr. Dieter Steklis
Department of Psychology
Family Studies & Human Development
(520) 730-0423
steklis@arizona.edu

Netzin Steklis
Family Studies & Human Development
(520) 490-0595
nsteklis@arizona.edu

Harmony DeFazio
Office of Study Abroad & Student Exchange
(520)-626-6039
defazioh@email.arizona.edu

Visit the website http://primatefieldschool.arizona.edu.

 

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