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Program: Human Paleobiology Ph.D.
Year of Entry: Fall 2019
Advisor: Brenda Bradley
Courtney writes about human relationships to the “other”; she is constantly exploring the intersections of nature and culture, science and art. Courtney's research interests within CASHP are focused on human-animal interactions, and how non-human animals, especially dogs, can inform what we know about the evolution of human language, communication and social relationships.
M.S. (Human Paleobiology) 2019, The George Washington University
M.F.A. (Creative Writing), Sarah Lawrence College
B.A. Villanova University
September 2019 Awesome Foundation Grant, awarded for public understanding of science project, “Decoding Dog Talk”