"Born in Kenya, Africa, I arrived at the Dept. of Anthropology, UC Davis, and the University's Graduate Group in Ecology via degrees from the University of Cambridge, UK. Besides research and teaching there, I have also worked at the University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, the National University of Rwanda at Butare, Rwanda, and at the Primate Research Institute of the University of Kyoto at Inuyama, Japan. Field research has taken me to the Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, the Karisoke Research Centre in the Virunga Volcano region of Rwanda, Uganda and Zaire, the Bwindi Forest in Uganda, and the forests of S.E. Nigeria. In addition to my work at UCD, I am on the Scientific Board of the L.S.B. Leakey Foundation, the Board of Directors of the Explorit Science Centre, and I am a Senior Research Fellow of the Center for Tropical Research at UCLA. Much of my work is done in collaboration with my wife, Kelly Stewart. She got her degrees from Stanford University, and from the University of Cambridge, UK."  book
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- Sandy Harcourt, ucdavis, accessed June 20, 2010.