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The Center for the Advanced Study of Human Paleobiology (CASHP) at is dedicated to the study of human origins. Research Center part of
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The Edinburgh Science Festival was cancelled, but they’ve posted some fanstastic online resources instead, including this gem from Dr. Bernard Wood
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W. Andrew Barr Mar 17
We are so happy that will be joining the PAPER lab ! Kate has been working with Dr at URI on a new method for identifying domestic dogs in arch record. For PhD work, Kate wants to use ecomorphology to understand hominin paleoenvironments.
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Courtney Sexton Mar 31
New study on differences in social strategy vs. problem-oriented strategy: Assistance and Therapy Dogs Are Better Problem Solvers Than Both Trained and Untrained Family Dogs
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GW Primate Behavior Lab Mar 31
Congrats to for winning the Exploration and Field Research Grant from The Explorers Club Washington Group for her dissertation work! We are so proud!
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Chet Sherwood Apr 1
I am so happy for Elaine Miller, doctoral student, who has been awarded an NSF GRFP to study the effects of early life rearing experience on primate brains.
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UCSD-CARTA Mar 26
Enjoy Member, Bernard Wood (), as he presents: "A Brief Overview of Human Evolution" from CARTA's 2008 symposium, "Understanding Human Origins: Implications for Medicine."
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GW Anthropology Mar 24
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CASHP Mar 9
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Eve Boyle Mar 6
The Visible Ape Project from is now live! Thank you to 's Marli Richmond for all of her hard work on designing the website and for the amazing 3D muscle reconstructions. Check it out here:
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CASHP Mar 6
Take care of yourself!
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Dr. Sean M. Lee Mar 6
Primates Can Be a Rallying Symbol to Promote Tropical Forest Restoration Chapman et al. 2020
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Dr. Sean M. Lee Mar 2
Giving a try. Angola colobus (Colobus angolensis) @ LuiKotale. They’re skittish, so happy to have snapped this before it darted off, even tho backlit. Note they differ a bit from East African C. guereza species. I love how eerie the tree looks. Stay tuned for more!
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GW Primate Behavior Lab Mar 1
Rachel and Victoria are preparing for their upcoming trip to Gombe by practicing data collection at the Baltimore Zoo (and also enjoying the two adorable new additions to the chimpanzee troop)
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GW Anthropology Feb 28
Congratulations to our very own Kimberly Foecke for winnning first place in Columbian's Three Minute Thesis competition! We're so proud!
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National Center for Science Education Feb 27
Have you created an educational activity for teaching ? Consider submitting it for the 2020 SSE Huxley Award! Applications due March 22.
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Kim Foecke Feb 27
Thrilled to have won first place in at representing ! Job well done to everyone who competed! What a cool experience.
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Kristen Tuosto Feb 27
Do other people send selfies of themselves to their lab mates so the other doesn't forget them when they are not there or is that just my lab? !
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GW Arts & Sciences Feb 27
Congratulations to our winners! 1. Kimberly Foecke ( / ) 2. Abhilasha Sahay (Economics) 3. Michelle Kramer (Cognitive Neuroscience / ) People’s Choice: Michelle Kramer
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Eve Boyle Feb 27
Five(!) years ago I founded the Annual GW STEM Symposium with the support of and . Tomorrow I will attend the 5th installment as a discussion leader and networking expert. So excited to see how the event has grown to reach so many students over the years!
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Kim Foecke Feb 26
Ok people, we have a new record for Worst Smell Ever. Stay tuned for to find out what caused my Wednesday to require several showers...
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