On October 2nd, Dr. David Watts from Yale University will present a public lecture on chimpanzee behavior at Indiana University, Bloomington. His presentation will occur in the Neal-Marshall Grand Hall at 275 North Jordan Avenue, and begins at 6:00 pm. He has remarkable experience studying great apes in the wild, and is a skilled and engaging speaker. His lecture on the chimpanzees of Ngogo will surely be engaging and enlightening.
This event is part of the Primate Behavior Speaker Series that will occur throughout the Fall semester, co-sponsored by the Center for the Integrative Study of Animal Behavior and the College of Arts and Science’s Themester.