Courses Taught

Intro to Evolutionary Anthropology

(EVANTH101)

The introductory lecture survey and lab course covers the study of human origins and variation within the context of primate evolutionary history and ecology. Covers the scientific method; mechanisms of inheritance and population genetics; principles of evolutionary biology and systematics; primate ecology and evolution; the human fossil record; and modern human adaptation and variation.

Link to syllabus (actual course syllabus will vary somewhat semester to semester).

Interesting in learning more about biological anthropology? You can check out some introductory videos on evolutionary biology, human origins, and non-human primate diversity here.

Primate Ecology

(EVANTH253)

This lecture course has two primary objectives. First, this course will introduce students to ecological concepts and provide an overview of the ways that primates interact with their environment. Second, it will help students develop research-related skills. In particular, this course will familiarize students with the processes behind how research findings are disseminated to the wider scholarly community. This course fulfills a natural science and research credit.

Link to syllabus (actual course syllabus will vary somewhat semester to semester).

Primate Conservation

(EVANTH359)

Many nonhuman primates are threatened with extinction due to various human activities or disturbances. In this seminar course, we will cover the basics of conservation biology, the major threats facing primates, and some of the strategies that have been used to conserve primate species. This course fulfills a natural science and ethical inquiry credit.

Link to syllabus (actual course syllabus will vary somewhat semester to semester).

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