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CURRICULUM VITAE
Vicki K. Bentley-Condit July 2008
Primary Affiliation: Secondary Affiliation:

Associate Professor Associate Scientist (Adjunct)

Department of Anthropology Southwest Foundation for

Grinnell College, Grinnell, IA 50112 Biomedical Research

Office (641) 269-4305; FAX (641) 269-4330 San Antonio, TX 78245

E-mail: bentleyc@grinnell.edu


Research Interests: Primate nutritional ecology, primate infant development, primate social behavior & reproduction, evolutionary theory, human evolution, biological basis of human behavior, Africa
Education:

Ph.D., Anthropology, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, August 1995. Dissertation: Infant-Male Interactions as Adult Female Reproductive Strategies in Yellow Baboons (Papio cynocephalus cynocephalus)


M.A., Anthropology, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, May 1992
B.A., Summa cum laude, Psychology, University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky, December 1987
Appointments:

Grinnell-in-Washington Program Director – Fall 2005

Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, Grinnell College, 2001 –

Adjunct Scientist, Southwest Foundation for Biomedical Research, 2001-

Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, Grinnell College, 1995 – 2001

Instructor, Department of Anthropology, Emory University, 1995

Dean's Teaching Fellow, Department of Anthropology, Emory University, 1993-1994

Teaching Assistant, Department of Anthropology, Emory University, 1989, 1991, 1993


Grants and Fellowships:

2008-2009 Grinnell College Senior Leave Award: Eating For Two: Examining the Extent to Which Primate Infants “Are What Their Mothers Eat”

2007-2008 Grinnell College CSFS Academic Year Research Award

2006 ACM Mellon FaCE Grant Co-author. Approx. $10,000 rcvd for Biological Anthropology and Liberal Arts Colleges Workshop.

2001-2002 Grinnell College Grant Board Sabbatical Research Award

2001, 2000 Grinnell College Grant Board Summer Research Award

1999 Mellon Grant in support of curricular development

1999 Noyce Technology Summer Grant in support of research

1999,1998 Grinnell College Grant Board Summer Research Award

1997 Grinnell College Grant Board Summer Research Award

1996 Grinnell College Grant Board Summer Research Award; ACM Costa Rica Faculty Travel Grant

1993-94 Dean's Teaching Fellow Award, TATTO Program, Emory University

1992-93 Graduate Fellowship, Emory University

1991-92 L.S.B. Leakey Foundation Grant; Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society Grant

Mellon Foundation Grant


    1. Graduate Fellowship, Emory University


Professional Research and Fieldwork Experience:

2008 Initiation of baboon nutrition research project, Tana River Primate Nat’l Reserve, Kenya (MAR)

2005 Primate breast milk nutritional content research, Nutrition Lab, Smithsonian National Zoological Park, Washington, DC, (SEP-NOV)

2001 Olive Baboon Mother-Infant Relationship research, SFBR, San Antonio, TX (JUN-NOV)

2000 Olive Baboon Mother-Infant Relationship research, SFBR, San Antonio, TX (JUN-JUL)

1999 Olive Baboon Mother-Infant Relationship research, SFBR, San Antonio, TX (JUN)

1998 Olive Baboon Mother-Infant Relationship research, SFBR, San Antonio, TX (JUN-JUL)

1997 Pilot Study of Papio anubis at SFBR, San Antonio, TX (JUN)

1996 Texas Field Site Exploration and Pilot Study of Macaca mulatta (MAY-JUN)

1996 Costa Rica Field Site Exploration and Pilot Study of Cebus capucinus (MAR)

1991-92 Dissertation Research, Tana River Primate National Reserve, Kenya

1989 Pilot Study; Papio c. c., Tana River Primate National Reserve, Kenya (JUN-AUG)


Membership in Professional Societies:

American Society of Primatologists; Animal Behavior Soc.; Int’l Society of Primatologists


Publications (Journal Articles):

In Moore, T.; Bentley-Condit, V. A Study of Permutation Tests in the Context of a Problem in

Press Primatology. Journal of Data Science. February 2008.
2006 Bentley-Condit, V.; Hare, T. Using Geographic Information Systems and spatial statistics to examine the spatial dimension of animal social behavior: A baboon example. Journal of Mathematics, Statistics, and Allied Fields, ISSN: 1556-6757. http://www.scientificjournals.org/journals2007/articles/1028.htm
2003 Bentley-Condit, V. Sex differences in captive olive baboon (Papio anubis) behavior during the first fourteen days of life. International Journal of Primatology 25:1093-1112.
2001 Bentley-Condit, V.; Moore, T.; Smith, E.O. Analysis of infant handling and the effects of female rank among Tana River adult female yellow baboons (Papio cynocephalus cynocephalus) using permutation/randomization tests. American Journal of Primatology 55:117-130.
2001 Moore, T.; Bentley-Condit, V. Using permutation tests to study infant handling by female baboons. STATS 31:7-14.
1999 Caulkins, D.D.; Andelson, J.; Bentley-Condit, V.; Kamp, K. Discovery-mode teaching using the Electronic Human Relations Area Files for cross-cultural comparison. Journal of Cross-Cultural Research 33:278-297.
1999 Bentley-Condit, V.; Smith, E.O. Female dominance and female social relationships in yellow baboons (Papio hamadryas cynocephalus). American Journal of Primatology 47:321-334.
1997 Bentley-Condit, V.; Smith, E.O. Female reproductive parameters of the Tana River

yellow baboons. International Journal of Primatology 18:581-596.


Publications (Journal Articles – cont.):

1994 Condit, V.; Smith, E. O. Yellow baboon labor and parturition at the Tana River National Primate Reserve, Kenya. American Journal of Primatology 33:51-55.


1994 Condit, V.; Smith, E. O. Predation on a yellow baboon (Papio cynocephalus cynocephalus) by a lioness in the Tana River National Primate Reserve, Kenya. American Journal of Primatology 33:57-64.
1990 Condit, V. Anorexia nervosa: Levels of causation. Human Nature 1:391-413.
Publications (Book Chapters):

In Press Bentley-Condit, V. Papio cynocephalus. In All The World’s Primates. Rowe, N. (ed.). Pogonias Press, East Hampton, NY. Pp. ??.


2003 Bentley-Condit, V. Sex, baboons, and CDs: Using virtual baboons to teach primate behavior. In Strategies in Teaching Anthropology, 3rd ed. Rice, P.; McCurdy, D. (eds.) Prentice Hall, NJ. Pp 50-51.
2002 Bentley-Condit, V. Hands-on exercises for a four-field introduction to anthropology. In

Strategies in Teaching Anthropology, 2nd. Rice, P. McCurdy, D. (eds.) Prentice Hall. 1-3.
2000 Caulkins, D.D.; Bentley-Condit, V. Participation and page references: Sharpening the focus of class discussion. In Strategies in Teaching Anthropology, Rice, P.; McCurdy, D. (eds.) Prentice Hall Publishers, New Jersey, Pp. 1-5.
1998 Brown, P.; Bentley-Condit, V. Culture, evolution, and obesity. In Handbook of Obesity, Bray, G.; Bouchard, C.; James, W.P. (eds). Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York. Pp. 143-155.
1997 Bentley-Condit, V. Human and nonhuman primate relationships: An anthropological approach. In Anthropology Matters: Essays in Honor of Ralph A. Luebben, Andelson, J. (ed). Privately published, Grinnell College, IA. Pp. 34-52.
Publications (Reviews):

2007 Bentley-Condit, V. Book Review: Evolution and Culture. Journal of Anthropological Research, 63: 263-264.


2005 Bentley-Condit, V. Book Review: Primate Diversity. Journal of Bioeconomics 7:103-106.
2004 Bentley-Condit, V. Book Review: Kinship with Monkeys: The Guaja Foragers of Eastern Amazonia. Journal of Anthropological Research 60:564-566 .
2004 Bentley-Condit, V. Book Review: Kinship with Monkeys: The Guaja Foragers of Eastern Amazonia. American Ethnologist, 31 (3). Available at: www.aaanet.org/aes/bkreviews/result_details.cfm?bk_id=3210 .
2002 Bentley-Condit, V. Book Review: Gorillas Among Us: A Primate Ethnographer’s Book of Days. Journal of Anthropological Research 58:414-415.

Publications (Reviews – cont.):

2002 Bentley-Condit, V. Book Review: The Nonhuman Primates. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 117:94-95.


2002 Bentley-Condit, V. Book Review: Primate Diversity. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 117:191-192.
2000 Bentley-Condit, V. Book Review: Sex and Friendship in Baboons. Quarterly Review of Biology 75:495.
2000 Bentley-Condit, V. Video Review: Baboon Tales. International Journal of Primatology, 21:787-788.
1999 Bentley-Condit, V. Book Review: The Evolution of Social Behaviour Patterns in Primates and Man. International Journal of Primatology 20:297-298.
1998 Bentley-Condit, V. Book Review: The Evolving Female, A Life-history Perspective. International Journal of Primatology 19:199-201.
Publications (Abstracts):

In Press Bentley-Condit, V. Tana River yellow baboons’ (Papio cynocephalus) diet/habitat use: A 5-year study. Animal Behavior (??).


2007 Bentley-Condit. V. Tana River yellow baboons’ (Papio cynocephalus) diet and habitat use. American Journal of Primatology 69 (Supplement 1):60.
2005 Bentley-Condit, V.; Hare, T. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and the analysis of captive female baboons' space-behavior associations. American Journal of Primatology 66 (Supplement 1):168-169.
2003 Bentley-Condit, V. Infant baboon (Papio anubis) sex differences (ages 1-2 weeks).

American Journal of Primatology 60 (Supplement 1):35-36.
2002 Bentley-Condit, V. Workshop: Teaching the undergraduate primate course: Tips,

techniques and strategies. American Journal of Primatology 57 (Supplement 1):32-33.


2001 Bentley-Condit, V. Captive olive baboon (Papio hamadryas anubis) maternal time

budgets. American Journal of Primatology 54 (Supplement 1):26.


2000 Bentley-Condit, V. Maintenance of proximity/contact by mothers and infants among

captive olive baboons (Papio hamadryas anubis). American Journal of Primatology 51S:42-43.


1999 Bentley-Condit, V. Captive olive baboon infant development and mother-infant proximity. American Journal of Primatology 49:34.
1998 Bentley-Condit, V.; Smith, E.O. Captive olive baboon and feral yellow baboon mother-infant proximity during infants’ first three months. American Journal of Primatology 45:169.
Publications (Abstracts – cont.):

1997 Bentley-Condit, V.; Smith, E.O.; Torrez, B.; Pearson, S. A comparison of baboon (Papio cynocephalus) and rhesus macaque (Macaca mulatta) mother-infant proximity during infants’ first three months. American Journal of Primatology 42:94.


1996 Bentley-Condit, V.; Smith, E.O. Female-infant-female social relationships: Manipulation among yellow baboons (Papio cynocephalus cynocephalus). Program for the International Primatological Society/Amer. Soc. of Primatologists Meeting, Madison, WI.

1996 Bentley-Condit, V.; Smith, E.O. Female-female competition and social manipulation in baboons (Papio cynocephalus cynocephalus). American Journal of Physical Anthropology 22S:69.


1994 Condit, V.; Smith, E. O. Dominance hierarchy methodology comparison. American Journal of Primatology 33:202.
Publications (Other):

Privately Bentley-Condit, V.; Wirth-Cauchon, A. Animal Behavior: An Olive Baboon Virtual

Published Fieldwork Case Study CD.
2002 Bentley-Condit, V. Cross-cultural correlation study. Human Relations Area Files web publication. http://www.yale.edu/hraf/teaching.htm
Papers Presented at Professional Meetings:

2007 Bentley-Condit. V. Tana River Yellow Baboons’ (Papio cynocephalus) Diet and Habitat Use. Presented at the 30th Annual Meeting, American Society of Primatologists, Winston-Salem, North Carolina. June 2007.


2005 Bentley-Condit, V.; Hare, T. GIS and the Analysis of Captive Female Baboons' Space-

Behavior Associations. Presented at the 28th Annual Meeting, American Society of Primatologists, Portland, Oregon. August 2005.


2003 Bentley-Condit, V. Infant Baboon (Papio anubis) Sex Differences (Ages 1-2 Weeks).

Presented at the 26th Annual Meeting, American Society of Primatologists, Calgary, Alberta, July 2003.


2003 Bentley-Condit, V. An Introduction to Human Ethology. Presented at the Iowa Academy

of Sciences Meeting, Des Moines, IA, April 2003.


2002 Bentley-Condit, V. Virtual Primates: Using Technology to Enhance the Learning Process. Presented at the 25th Annual Meeting, American Society of Primatologists, Oklahoma City, OK, June 2002.
2001 Bentley-Condit, V. “Labs” Without a Lab: Teaching a Hands-On Four-Field Introduction

to Anthropology Course. Presented at the American Association of Anthropologists

Meeting, Washington, DC, November 2001.
2001 Bentley-Condit, V. Captive Olive Baboon (Papio hamadryas anubis) Maternal Time

Budgets. Presented at the 24th Annual Meeting, American Society of Primatologists, Savanna, GA., August 2001.



Papers Presented at Professional Meetings (cont):

2000 Bentley-Condit, V. Sex, CDs, and Videotape: Teaching Primate Behavior Using Virtual Baboons. Presented at the Teaching with Technology Across the Liberal Arts Symposium, Grinnell College, June 2000.


2000 Bentley-Condit, V. Maintenance of Proximity/Contact by Mothers and Infants among

Captive Olive Baboons (Papio hamadryas anubis). Presented at the 23rd Annual Meeting, American Society of Primatologists, Boulder, CO, June 2000.


1999 Bentley-Condit, V. Captive Olive Baboon Infant Development and Mother-Infant Proximity. Presented at the 22nd Annual Meeting, American Society of Primatologists, New Orleans, LA, August 1999.
1998 Bentley-Condit, V.; Smith, E.O. Captive Olive Baboon and Feral Yellow Baboon Mother-Infant Proximity During Infants’ First Three Months. Presented at the 21st Annual Meeting, American Society of Primatologists, Georgetown, TX, June 1998.
1997 Bentley-Condit, V.; Smith, E.O.; Torrez, B.; Pearson, S. A Comparison of Baboon (Papio Cynocephalus) and Rhesus Macaque (Macaca mulatta) Mother-Infant Proximity During Infants’ First Three Months. Presented at the 20th Annual Meeting, American Society of Primatologists, San Diego, CA, June 1997.
1997 Bentley-Condit, V.; Caulkins, D.D. Using The Human Relations Areas Files in Anthropological Research. Presented at the Iowa Academy of Science Meetings, Dubuque, IA, April 1997.
1997 Bentley-Condit, V. Kentucky Meets Kenya: The "Honorary Male" Status of Female Primatologists in Male-Dominated African Societies. Presented at the Afro-American Studies Inter-Disciplinary Conference, Grinnell, IA, April 1997.
1996 Bentley-Condit, V.; Smith, E.O. Female-Infant-Female Social Relationships: Manipulation among Yellow Baboons (Papio cynocephalus cynocephalus). Presented at the 19th Annual Meeting, American Society of Primatologists, 16th Congress International Primatological Society, Madison, WI, August 1996.
1996 Bentley-Condit, V.; Smith, E.O. Female-Female Competition and Social Manipulation in Baboons (Papio cynocephalus cynocephalus). Presented at the 65th Annual Meeting, American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Durham, NC, April 1996.
1994 Condit, V.; Smith. E. O. Dominance Hierarchy Methodology Comparison. Presented at the 17th Annual Meeting, American Society of Primatologists, Seattle, WA, July 1994.
Presentations Co-Authored with Students:

1997 Ray, L.; Hougham, C.; Bentley-Condit, V. What males want: An evolutionary perspective. Presented at the Iowa Academy of Science Meetings, Dubuque, IA.


1997 Sturgis, M.; Spector, G.; Williams, B.; Bentley-Condit, V. What females want: An evolutionary perspective. Presented at the Iowa Academy of Science Meetings, Dubuque, IA.

Invited Presentations:

2005 Bentley-Condit, V. Lessons Learned: What 15 Years of Baboon Observations Have Taught Me. Grinnell College Alumni Association: Seattle, WA (18MAR05), Portland, OR (19MAR05), Washington, DC (27SEP05), and Alumni College (01JUN-03JUN05).


2003 Bentley-Condit, V. Growing Up Baboon: What it Means to be a Newborn in Baboon Society. Grinnell College Alumni Association, Blank Park Zoo, Des Moines, IA, November 2003.
2003 Bentley-Condit, V. Growing Up Baboon: What it Means to be a Newborn in Baboon Society. Clarke College Biology Department, Dubuque, IA, October 2003.
2002 Bentley-Condit, V. The Opposition of Monkeys and People: Preserving Primate Habitats vs. Meeting Human Needs. Global Partners Symposium, Mombasa, Kenya, June 2002.
2001 Bentley-Condit, V. Growing Up Baboon: What Does it Mean to be an Infant in Baboon Society? Southwest Foundation for Biomedical Research, San Antonio, TX, November 2001.
2001 Bentley-Condit, V. Growing Up Baboon: What It Means to be an Infant in Baboon Society. Trinity University, San Antonio, TX, October 2001.
2001 Bentley-Condit, V. Baboon Infant Handling and Its Relevance to Understanding Human

Behavior. Global Partners Symposium, University of Nairobi, Nairobi, Kenya, July 2001.


2000 Bentley-Condit, V. Extending the Reach: The Olive Baboon Virtual Fieldwork v.2.0.

Presented at the Spring Colloquium: Technology and Teaching, Grinnell College.


1999 Bentley-Condit, V. Life after Emory: Teaching at the Small, Private, Liberal Arts College. Presented to Emory University Anthropology Department, Emory University, Atlanta, GA, January 1999.
1997 Bentley-Condit, V. Technology and the Freshman Tutorial. Presented at the ACM Information Technology and the Humanities Conference, Galesburg, IL, March 1997.
1996 Bentley-Condit, V. Primate Fieldwork Methodology. Presented to the ACM Tropical Field School in Costa Rica, San Jose, Costa Rica, March 1996.
1994 Bentley-Condit, V. The Anthropology of Relationships: Human and Nonhuman Primate Considerations. Presented to the Center for Relationship Marketing, Emory Business School, Atlanta, GA.

Workshops/Panels Organized:

2002 Bentley-Condit, V. (Organizer, Moderator, & Presenter) Teaching the Undergraduate Primate Course: Tips, Techniques, and Strategies. American Society of Primatologists Meeting Workshop, Oklahoma City, OK, June 2002. Other Participants: Irwin Bernstein, Claud Bramblett, Matt Hoffman, Lynne Miller, Linda Taylor, & Russell Tuttle.




Courses Taught:

1. Introduction to Anthropology (104 – 4 field) 12. Tutorial – The Anthropology of Bigfoot

2. Primate Behavior (221) 13. Human Ecology and Adaptation (215)

3. Human Evolution (205) 14. Nutritional Anthropology

4. Human Variation (295/225) 15. Methods in Biological Anthropology

5. Mothers and Infants (295) 16. Tutorial – Human: What Is and What Is Not?

6. Human vs. Non-Human (295)

7. African Cultures (242)

8. Biological Basis of Human Society (325)

9. Human Ethology/Humans’ Evolved Behaviors (395)

10. Primate Ecology and Social Organization (321)

11. Tutorial – Sex, Love and Relationships: An Evolutionary Perspective


Professional Growth & Development/Service Activities:

2007-2008 Chair, Department of Anthropology

Committee on Academic Standing & Academic Honesty Subcommittee

Chair, Academic Honesty Subcommittee

HLC/NCA Reaccredidation Committee

Institutional Research Board Committee

BioInformatics Workshop – July 16-20, 2007

New Faculty Orientation Speaker – August 23, 2007

Scholarly Women Achieving Greatness (SWAG) (Academic Year)

ACM Tanzania Programs Campus Representative (Academic Year)


2006-2007 Genocide Workshop – June 19-22, 2006

Committee on Academic Standing & Academic Honesty Subcommittee

HLC/NCA Reaccreditation Committee

Admission Board

Institutional Research Board Committee

Off-Campus Study Board

Watson Committee

Scholarly Women Achieving Greatness (SWAG) (Academic Year)

ACM Tanzania Programs Campus Representative (Academic Year)
2005-2006 Alumni College Participant/Lecturer – June 1-3, 2005

Genocide & Holocaust Studies Workshop – June 13-17, 2005

Grinnell-in-Washington Director – Fall 2005

Watson Committee

Scholarly Women Achieving Greatness (SWAG) (Academic Year)

ACM Tanzania Programs Campus Representative (Academic Year)

2004-2005 Teaching Writing Through Revision Workshop – August 9-13, 2004.

Personnel Committee (Academic Year)

Anthropology Department Chair (Academic Year)

ACM Tanzania Programs Campus Representative (Academic Year)

Grinnell-in-Washington Board (Academic Year)

Eco-Campus Committee (Academic Year)

Rhodes/Marshall/Mitchell Scholarship Committee (Academic Year)

Grant-Writing Workshop (06NOV04)

Scholarly Women Achieving Greatness (SWAG) (Academic Year)

Departmental Representative - Fall and Spring Admission Receptions

Alumni Association Presentation, Seattle & Portland – March 18-19, 2005
2003-2004 Grinnell-in-Washington Workshop – June 2-4, July 8-9, 2003

Personnel Committee (Academic Year)

Anthropology Department Chair (Academic Year)

Grinnell Online Community Advisory Committee – Fall 2003

Technology Center Faculty Advisor – Fall 2003

Southern Africa Faculty Development Group (Academic Year)

ACM Tanzania Programs Campus Representative (Academic Year)

Departmental Representative - Fall and Spring Admission Receptions

Intro to Anthro Support Group – Spring 2004

Evolutionary Biology Discussion Group (Academic Year)

Volunteer Caller – Admission’s Accepted Students Phon-a-thon – March 2004

Southern Africa Faculty Development Seminar (Academic Year)

Southern Africa Faculty Development Trip – May-June 2004
2002-2003 Personnel Committee (Academic Year)

ACM Tanzania Programs Campus Representative (Academic Year)

Book Publishing Workshop – September 20-21, 2002

Writing and Oral Communication Workshop – July 8-12, 2002

Departmental Representative - Fall and Spring Admission Receptions

Volunteer Caller – Admission’s Accepted Students Phon-a-thon – March 2003

Advising and Mentoring Workshop – May 20-23, 2003

NSF/Chautauqua Short Course – Circadian Biology – Harvard – May 29-31, 2003


2001-2002 Sabbatical
2000-2001 Scholarship Committee (Academic Year)

Teacher’s Education Committee (Academic Year)

Watson-Grinnell Faculty Liaison

ACM Tanzania Program Campus Representative (Academic year)

Create a Course Web Site Workshop - August 14-17, 2000

Dr. Syntax Workshop – May 21-25, 2001


1999-2000 Scholarship Committee (Academic Year)

Rosenfield Committee (Academic Year)

Watson-Grinnell Faculty Liaison

ACM Tanzania Program Campus Representative (Academic year)

Departmental Representative - Fall and Spring Admission Receptions

Evolutionary Biology Discussion Group (Academic year)


1998-99 Rosenfield Committee (Academic Year)

Watson Committee (Academic Year)

Fulbright Committee (Academic Year)

Academic Computing Committee (Academic Year) - Committee Chair - 98-99

Noyce Technology Committee (Academic Year)

Bowen Scholarship Committee (Academic Year)

ACM Tanzania Program Campus Representative (Academic year)

ACM & ICADS Costa Rica Programs Campus Representative (Spring semester)

Departmental Representative - Fall and Spring Admission Receptions

Evolutionary Biology Discussion Group (Academic year)

Hypermedia Workshop - August 3-4, 1998

Curriculum & Interdisciplinary Workshop - August 11-12, 1998

Departmental Intro to Anthropology Workshop - August 13-14, 1998
1997-98 Oral Communication Workshop (July 14-18, 1997)

Faculty Retreat (January 24-25, 1998)

Departmental Representative - Fall Admission Reception

Rosenfield Committee (Academic Year)

Watson Committee (Academic Year)

Academic Computing Committee (Academic Year)

Bowen Scholarship Committee (Academic Year)

ACM Tanzania Program Campus Representative (Academic year)

ACM Tanzania Executive Committee 97-98

Evolutionary Biology Discussion Group (Academic year)


1996-97 Writing Workshop (August 19-22,1996)

Assessment Workshop (January 13-14, 1997)

Tutorial Instructor Training (August 1996)

Tutorial Learning and Discussion Group (Fall 1996)

Departmental Representative – Fall & Spring Admission Reception

Integrating Lecture and Discussion Colloquium (Spring 1997)

Academic Computing Committee (Academic year)

Evolutionary Biology Discussion Group (Academic year)

ACM Tanzania Program Campus Representative (Academic year)
1995-96 New Advisors’ Seminar

Grading Colloquium

Independent Study/Plus 2 Colloquium

New Tutorial Instructor Training (4 sessions)

Humanities/Social Studies Discussion Group (Academic year)

Evolutionary Biology Discussion Group (Academic year)

Anthropology End-of-Course Evaluation Subcommittee

ACM Tanzania Study Abroad Task Force Consultant



HRAF Cross-Cultural Workshop (May 20-25, 1996)









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