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Strengthening Collaborative Learning & Partnerships in Colombian Primate Conservation Education

On December 4, 2014, Primate Education Network (PEN) partnered with the Asociación Primatologica Colombiana (APC) and Fundación Proyecto Titi to deliver our second workshop targeting regional needs in Colombian primate conservation education.  Our workshop was held at the Hotel Capilla

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January Educator of the Month: Stella de la Torre

Congratulations to Stella de la Torre on being selected as PEN’s January Educator of the Month!  Special thanks to Fanny M. Cornejo for her nomination and blog submission.  Dr. Stella de la Torre is a leading primate researcher and conservationist in

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October Educator of the Month: Joy Iliff

Congratulations to Joy Iliff on being selected as PEN’s October Educator of the Month!  Special thanks to Aoife Healy for her nomination and blog submission. Joy Iliff is the Founder and Director of Monkeys Acting in Schools for Conservation (MASC).  MASC was

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Voices from the Field: Xyomara Carretero-Pinzon

Listen to an exclusive Voices from the Field interview with Xyomara Carretero-Pinzon, PEN’s Regional Coordinator for Colombia, below.  Can you please tell our listeners your name, title, and affiliation? My name is Xyomara Carretero-Pinzon, Researcher in Colombian Orinoquia and PEN Regional

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Voices from the Field: Patricia Mie Matsuo

Listen to an exclusive Voices from the Field interview with Patricia Mie Matsuo, PEN’s Regional Coordinator for Brazil, below.  Can you please tell our listeners your name, title, and affiliation? My name is Patricia Mie Matsuo.  I am the Regional Coordinator

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Voices from the Field: Silver Birungi James

Listen to an exclusive Voices from the Field interview with Silver Birungi James, PEN’s Co-Regional Coordinator for East Africa, below. Can you please tell our listeners your name, title, and affiliation? My name is Silver Birungi James, Primate Education Network’s Regional Coordinator

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July Educators of the Month: Hilda María Díaz-López & Ricardo Collado-Torres

This month, we are featuring two exceptional primate educators: a married couple, who work as a team.  Congratulations to Hilda María Díaz-López and Ricardo Collado-Torres on being selected as PEN’s July Educators of the Month.  Special thanks to Francisca Vidal-García

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PEN Celebrates Slow Loris Pride Days

This week, the Little Fireface Project is hosting Slow Loris Pride Days in Cipaganti, West Java, Indonesia.  They are organizing school visits, a kite flying contest, children’s parade, adult football tournament, and an official closing ceremony with traditional music.  Slow

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Voices from the Field: Fanny M. Cornejo

Listen to an exclusive Voices from the Field interview with Fanny M. Cornejo, PEN’s former Regional Coordinator for Peru, Bolivia, and Ecuador below.  Can you please tell our listeners your name, title, and affiliation? My name is Fanny Cornejo and I

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Voices from the Field: Dr. Juan Carlos Serio Silva

Today, it is with great pleasure that we announce the launch of PEN’s Voices from the Field audio interview series!  This series will provide a platform for primate educators around the globe to share their insights and lessons learned through

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