Centre ValBio is happy to announce the birth of Voaharisoa Andriamahajery to proud parents Haja and Mahery!
"No Boundaries: 25 Women Explorers and Scientists Share Adventures, Inspiration, and Advice." The book, which is written for ages 10+, features the stories of 25 inspiring women from around the world and shares their most astonishing adventures, epic failures, and greatest successes. #NoBoundariesBook
To purchase the book please visit: https://bit.ly/noboundariesexplore
We are deeply saddened by the passing of Richard Leakey. A great loss to Kenya, Stony Brook and all of us. An incredible paleoanthropologist and wildlife conservationist. We send our hugs and condolences to Maeve, Louise, and Samira. In November 2020, Richard and Maeve hosted Pat at Turkana Basin Institute.
From the left: Russ Mittermeier, Jonah Ratsimbazafy, Benjamin Andriamihaja and Ed Louis at the book signing of Mammals of Madagascar in Antananarivo.
Mireya Mayor '08, PhD, a graduate of the Doctoral Program in Anthropological Sciences, will present in NSF's forthcoming OLPA’s Distinguished Lecture: Burgeoning Opportunities: Attracting and Retaining More Latinx Researchers to STEM.
Thursday, October, 7th
11:30am to 1:00pm
On April 21st 2021, Dr. Wright delivered a speech on “Saving Madagascar: Nature’s Lost Paradise” at the renowned Barrows Conservation Lecture Series. Dr. Wright received the 2021 Cincinnati Zoo Wildlife Conservation Award for her extensive work with lemur conservation in Ranomafana National Park. For more information please visit the links below: