H. Kory Cooper
H. Kory Cooper is an Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Materials Engineering and a 2015-2016 Awardee of the PRF Research Grant for his project Prehistoric Copper Technology in the Arctic and Subarctic: A Geospatial Analysis of Hunter-Gatherer Innovation.
Melissa Remis, Professor of Anthropology, was appointed the Associated Dean for Research and Graduate Education in July 2015. Her research involves studies of great ape behavioral ecology, human-animal relationships, nutrition, and conservation in sub-Saharan Africa. She has a long-standing research program on the feeding ecology, locomotion and conservation of gorillas at the Dzanga-Sangha Forest Reserve, Central African Republic (CAR) and maintains an experimentally based research program on the evolution of feeding strategies among the African apes.
Laura Zanotti, an Assistant Professor of Anthropology, and a 2015-2016 Awardee of the PRF Research Grant for her project Menire Making Movies: A Participatory Video Project with Kayapo Women in the Brazilian Amazon.