Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Special AJP issue on Conservation Education highlights the work of BANDIT members!

The American Journal of Primatology has produced several special issues that explore in depth a central theme in primatological research. The May 2010 issue, guest edited in part by Dr. Francine Dolins, Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of Michigan at Dearborn, addresses the creation, implementation, and impact of conservation education programs. In addition to Francine's efforts as editor and author, Dr. Hogan Sherrow, Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Ohio University, also makes an important contribution to the discussion. Check out the issue's table of contents, and be sure to read these pieces:

Francine Dolins, et al.:
Conservation Education in Madagascar: Three Case Studies in the Biologically Diverse Island-Continent

Hogan Sherrow:
Conservation Education and Primates: Twenty-First Century Challenges and Opportunities

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