In the Media, 5/31/2019

Two from AZCCC in the News

Arizona Canine Cognition Center researchers appeared in the news a couple of times early this month. On May 1, Ph.D. student Gitanjali Gnanadesikan provided outside commentary on a PLoS One article in the Nova news piece “Wolves Boop Their Snoots to Touch Screens to Feed Their Friends. Dogs? Not So Much.” Read through to the end to see what Gita has to say. Then on May 13, lab director and Assistant Professor Evan MacLean explained how the lab is using advanced brain mapping techniques to find out how dogs recognize people in this Arizona Public Media piece.

Lecture Series Talk Inspires SBS News Story

In February of this year, alumnus John Sherry (Ph.D. Arizona, 1995) presented a talk titled “The Evolving Role of Anthropologists in the Technology Industry” for the SoA Lecture Series. Now Lori Harwood, Director of External Relations for the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, has written an SBS News story based on her interview with Dr. Sherry at the time. Read “The Evolving Role of Anthropologists in the Technology Industry” now. (Anthro news date: 5/31/2019)