Author Archives: Drew
The Drill Project Film is now available streaming online! Watch the film at www.thedrillproject.org/the-film/.
BBPP researchers, Drew Cronin (poster presentation) and Pat McLaughlin (oral presentation), both won first place in today’s Drexel University College of Arts and Sciences Research Day!
Come find out more about the Bioko Study Abroad program on Thursday, April 11th at 5:30 PM in Room 103 of the Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building at Drexel (33rd and Chestnut Sts.).
Freelance journalist, Lindsay Mackenzie, tracks Bioko’s battle between conservation and consumption during her recent trip to Bioko with the BBPP. Listen to her radio documentary here: Monkeys of Bioko Island on CBC.
OPENING NIGHT! The Drill Project movie is officially opening in the US on April 15th, 2013. The screening event will take place from 6-8 PM at Drexel University in the Mitchell Auditorium of the Bossone Research Enterprise Center (3140 Market … Continue reading
Check out this great piece from photojournalist, Lindsay Mackenzie, who joined us on our recent Gran Caldera Expedition! Jump to the piece www.lindsaymackenzie.com/bioko!
Drexel senior Amy Stoltzfus, in collaboration with the BBPP and Dr. Shaya Honarvar, has begun a micro-enterprising project to promote artisanal jewelry from the women of Ureca, a remote village in southern Bioko. The project, although in its infancy, is … Continue reading
Dr. Shaya Honarvar and the Drill Project documentary, scheduled for release in Equatorial Guinea this month, were recently profiled in the Fall 2012 edition of the Drexel Alumni magazine. Find out more here!
BBPP Research Coordinator, Dr. Shaya Honarvar, recently presented BBPP’s ongoing research, conservation, and education efforts on Bioko Island to a group of scientists and policy makers at a seminar organized by the Africa Biodiversity Collaborative Group and the US Fish … Continue reading
“Seizure of ‘bushmeat orphan’ triggers major government awareness campaign…” Recent work by the Government of Equatorial Guinea, with support from the Zoological Society of London, has led to the confiscation of orphaned primates in Rio Muni, Equatorial Guinea. This is … Continue reading