Field Schools

Anthropology Department Coordinator for Research, Field Schools, and Internships

Dr. Hylke de Jong
hd189@anthropology.rutgers.edu

Office Hours Spring 2019: Monday and Wednesday (12:30-2:30 pm) or by appointment, in BIO-204B

For more information on studying abroad: Rutgers Study Abroad Office Information

 

Rutgers Programs

Fez 2019 Ethnographic Field School Morocco

Kenya 2019: Primates, wildlife ecology, and conservation Field School

Vacone 2019: Rutgers University Archaeological Field School in Italy

Turkana Basin Institute-Semester Field School

Kalimantan 2020: PRIMATES, ECOLOGY, AND CONSERVATION

 

National Science Foundation (NSF) Programs: Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)

 

 Other Programs

Cultural Anthropology

Belize Anthropology

Summer Field School in Ethnographic Methods in New York City

Humanity in Action Fellowships

Research in Applied Anthropology-Gozo, scholarships available

Surfing & Sustainability: Political Ecology in Costa Rica

Palaeoanthropology

Olduvai Field School-Tanzania

Drimolen Cave Field School-South Africa

Turkana Basin Institute-Field Schools-Summer-Kenya

Koobi Fora Field School-Kenya

Archaeology

Poland Mortuary Field School-Poland

Ice Age Island-Jersey, United Kingdom

Haagerup Field School-Denmark

UNB Bioarchaeology Field School-Canada

Primatology

Florida: Primate Behavior and Organization-USA-University of Rhode Island

Summer 2018 Primate Behavior & Ecology-Costa Rica

 

Internships

UNESCO

NSF-REU

New Jersey

Rutgers Geology Museum - New Brunswick

New Jersey State Museum -Trenton

Newark Museum

Penn Museum

FIELD SCHOOL IN PRIMATOLOGY, WILDLIFE ECOLOGY, AND CONSERVATION IN KENYA

01:070:336 AND 01:070:337
This field school gives students the opportunity to experience the diverse habitats of Kenya, and to gain understanding of biodiversity by using primate field studies as the entry point. The core of the field school is training in field methods. In order to expose students to methods used to study primates found in different habitat types, the field school is conducted in two ecologically different sites: a forest ecosystem in the Tana River Primate National Reserve at the coast, and Kakamega Forest National Reserve in western Kenya.

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