Students

PhD Students:

Current:

 

Sociality and Stress in Female Chacma Baboons: Behavioral Flexibility and Coping Mechanisms

Shahrina Chowdhury (Ph.D. candidate, City University of New York)

 

 

Nutritional Ecology of Forest-Living Olive Baboons in Kibale National Park, Uganda

Caley Johnson (Ph.D. candidate, City University of New York)

(co-supervised with Jessica Rothman, Hunter College-CUNY)

 

 

Behavioral and Physiological Responses to Takeovers in Hamadryas Baboons

Alexis Amann (Ph.D. candidate, City University of New York)

 

 

Spatial and Nutritional Ecology of Hamadryas Baboons

Megan Henriquez (Ph.D. candidate, City University of New York)

(co-supervised with Jessica Rothman, Hunter College-CUNY)

 

 

 

Completed:

 

Resource Distribution, Social Structure, and Travel Patterns in Hamadryas Baboons at Filoha, Ethiopia

Amy Schreier (Ph.D. City University of New York, 2009)

 

 

The Interface of Socioecology and Management of Chacma Baboons in the Cape Peninsula, South Africa

Angela van Doorn (Ph.D. University of Cape Town, 2009)

(co-supervised with Justin O'Riain, University of Cape Town)

 

 

Masters and Honors Degree Students:

Completed:

 

Behavioral Ecology of Bale Monkeys in the Harenna Forest of the Bale Mountains, Ethiopia

Kumara Wakjira (M.Sc., Moi University, Kenya)

 

 

 

Variation in the Social Behavior of Hamadryas Baboon Leader Males

Poonam Melwani (M.A., Hunter College ABC Program, City University of New York, 2013)

 
 
 

 

Behavioral Indicators of Stress in Female Chacma Baboons of the Cape Peninsula, South Africa

Jacqui Stephenson (B.Sc. honours University of Cape Town, 2007)