Join us for our next UWM Anthropology Colloquium!
“Costs and Benefits of Cooperative Breeding in Saddleback Tamarins” (Leontocebus weddelli)
Professor Leila Porter
Department of Anthropology, Northern Illinois University
3:30 Friday March 9, 2018
Professor Porter is a biological anthropologist who studies primate behavior and ecology. Her research focuses on South American monkeys, particularly small-bodied tamarins, marmosets, and callimicos. She has studied diet, habitat use, and parental care, and the evolution of social behavior among primates. Professor Porter participates in on-going field research and conservation efforts in the tropics of Bolivia.
Interested in having dinner with Dr. Porter afterwards? RSVP to Paul Brodwin (email@example.com).