Student Research and Travel

Shifra Goldenberg studying the effects of ivory poaching on female elephant society

Shifra Goldenberg is a Ph.D. candidate in the Graduate Degree Program in Ecology through the Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology. With her advisor Dr. George Wittemyer and through the organization Save the Elephants in Kenya, Shifra is studying the effects of ivory poaching on female elephant society. The work will contribute to our understanding of the long-term consequences of overharvest and the ability of this important species to recover.

 

Tewodros T. Wakie publishes two articles

Tewodros T. Wakie a Ph.D. Candidate in the Graduate Degree Program in Ecology at CSU recently published two articles.  Dr. Paul Evangelista, a member of the Africa Center Leadership Team worked with Tewodros as a co-author for both publications.  Click 'Read more' to access PDF copies of the articles.  

 

CSU Ph.D. student returns from month-long learning experience in Kenya

Tomas Pickering a Ph.D. student in the in the Graduate Degree Program in Ecology at Colorado State University recently returned from a month long trip (May-June) to northern Kenya. 

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