PhD Student in Anthropology and Integrative Conservation, University of Georgia
I am a wildlife conservationist trained across Anthropology, Biology, and Ecology. I use mixed-methods research to study and address the conservation of Indonesian's primate species.
I am broadly trained as an interdisciplinary scientist and I have writing interests that span environmental science, animal behavior, and conservation.
Human beings used to be defined as the tool-maker species. But the uniqueness of this description was challenged in the 1960s when Dr. Jane Goodall discovered that chimpanzees will pick and modify grass stems to use to...