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Meetings Calendar

The PIN Calendar lists meetings with a regional, national, or international scope that focus on primatology or broader meetings that a substantive number of primatologists might attend. To list a meeting, seminar, workshop, art exhibit or other event on the calendar, send the appropriate information to Joseph Kemnitz. Please include the event title, dates, location, contact person with phone, fax and email, and web addresses for more information (if available). Changes or corrections to meeting announcements should be sent to Joseph Kemnitz as well.

Limit by year: 2017

August 2016
OBSERVING PRIMATE BEHAVIOUR 2016
August 8, 2016 - August 26, 2016
Location:Utrecht University
Sponsor:Animal Ecology, Utrecht University in collabration with Utrecht Summer School
Focus:The summer course Observing Primate Behaviour focuses on getting familiar with primate observational methods by observing primate social behaviour and following the scientific cycle. Through the (statistical) analysis of gathered observational data, students answer and present their own research questions. Furthermore, the additional activities aim to provide the students with more background information on the different topics related to studying primate behaviour, such as welfare, colony management and fieldwork. The course is open for advanced bachelor and master students biology that have followed and passed courses in Animal Behaviour and basic statistics. The course has a minimum of 8 and maximum of 16 participants. Applicants should include a letter with motivation (max 200 words), short resume (including information on general education and courses on animal behaviour topics) and grades. Deadline to registration is 1st of May 2016. Course leader: Prof. dr E.H.M. Sterck
Registration Deadline:May 1, 2016
Name:Lisette van den Berg
Phone:+31 (0) 6 28 86 27 85
E-mail:L.M.vandenberg2@uu.nl
Web site:http://www.utrechtsummerschool.nl/courses/science/observing-primate-behaviour