November News RoundUp

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It’s crunch time for the environment. We share how our academics, students and alumni have been responding to challenges in conservation, sustainability and climate crisis in the wake of COP26 and how you can help going forward in this month’s round up.

Making us proud!

  • SAC Alumni Simson Uri-Khob from Namibia and Rachel Ikemeh from Nigeria made us proud at this year’s Tusk Awards. Find out why

Kent-led Research

  • Dr Adriana Lowe worked on infanticidal behaviour by wild chimpanzees, collating observations made in the Budongo Forest, Uganda. Read more about the research.
  • SAC researchers here have found that the teeth of Neanderthal infants formed before birth and developed much sooner than modern human children. Find out more.

It’s what we do next…

We want YOU!

  • The Human Geography and Environmental Social Science Seminar Series is back! Join the next event.
  • The SAC Sustainability Working Group Needs YOU! Join us!

Keep up to date with the latest news from the School of Anthropology and Conservation

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