This unique program is targeted for girls ages 12-15 years and will include a chance to speak with the conservationists, participate in a short program on selected animals and experience a behind-the-scenes tour. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and spaces are limited.
Dr. Crickette Sanz is a professor of Biological Anthropology and conducts field work as part of the Goualougo Triangle Ape Project. She will be speaking about her incredible work with chimpanzees in the northern Republic of Congo.
Crickette was a member of the Nominating Committee for the 2018 Indianapolis Prize.
“We were very impressed with the fact that there is a Girls in Science workshop series specifically for young girls. My daughter was over-the-moon when she met Dr. Marker. Something she will always remember for the rest of her life. She wants to be just like her someday. Thank you for providing such a wonderful opportunity! Your Zoo is amazing!”
”It was beyond expectations and beyond fantastic…a truly treasured experience, memory and learning experience.”
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