Erin Vogel, CHES faculty, on studying orangutans in Indonesia

Second Family in Borneo by Russell Dolan from RU Center for Digital Filmmaking on Vimeo.

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Rob Scott, CHES faculty, on diet, health, human evolution, and cooking

Tim System from RU Center for Digital Filmmaking on Vimeo. Thanks to the IFNH (New Jersey Institute for Food, Nutrition, and Health).

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Jinchuan Xing, newest member of CHES

Professor Jinchuan Xing, who joined Department of Genetics as an Assistant Professor at Rutgers in January 2012, was elected as the newest CHES member. Dr. Xing is a human/primate geneticist and...

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CHES member takes over field school operations

The Primatology, Wildlife Ecology, and Conservation Field School, established by Jack Harris in 2007, is jointly operated by the National Museums of Kenya, the Kenya Wildlife Service, and Rutgers...

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Rutgers Evolutionary Anthropology named a top ranked program

In 2007, CHES faculty members in the Evolutionary Anthropology graduate program achieved a national ranking of seventh in Academic Analytic’s Faculty Scholarly Productivity Index. This...

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Erin Vogel, CHES faculty, on studying orangutans in Indonesia

Rob Scott, CHES faculty, on diet, health, human evolution, and cooking

Jinchuan Xing, newest member of CHES

CHES member takes over field school operations

Rutgers Evolutionary Anthropology named a top ranked program

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