Rob Schubert

In 2011, Dr. Rob Schubert earned his PhD under Dr. W. Scott McGraw in the Department of Anthropology at Ohio State University. His research interests include the evolution, socioecology and conservation of non-human primates. He has conducted observational field research on monkeys in Central America, Japan and West Africa. His dissertation examined how human habitat disturbance in a small primate sanctuary in Ghana influenced the habitat use and movement patterns of two native monkey species. He currently serves as Head of the Department of Anthropology at Clark College in Vancouver, Washington and teaches courses in Bioanthropology, Cultural Anthropology and Primatology.