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02.13.18

From the Field: Hilary Duke, Kenya

From the Field
Hilary Duke was awarded a Leakey Foundation Research Grant in the fall of 2016 for her project entitled "Taking shape: Investigating the earliest Acheulean at Kokiselei, Kenya (1.8-1.76Ma)." Last year we shared a summary of her work. Here she updates us on her progress!  
01.12.18

Save the Date to Celebrate!

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Save the Date for The Leakey Foundation's 50th anniversary gala! The celebration will take place on Thursday, May 3, 2018, at the St. Regis Hotel in San Francisco and we invite you to join us to celebrate 50 years of exploring, discovering, and sharing the human story.
01.09.18

Grantee Spotlight:  Thomas Plummer

Grantee Spotlight
Thomas Plummer is a professor of anthropology at Queens College, City University of New York, and a member of the New York Consortium in Evolutionary Primatology. He was awarded a Leakey Foundation research grant in our spring 2017 cycle for his project entitled “Excavation of ca. 2.6 Ma Oldowan sites at Nyayanga, Kenya.”
01.02.18

Grantee Spotlight: Sean Lee

Grantee Spotlight
How can chimpanzees and bonobos help us understand human evolution? Leakey Foundation grantee Sean Lee is collecting data on behavioral development and physical growth from wild populations of chimpanzees and bonobos in order to study how behavioral differences evolved in these species.