Koobi Fora Field School
Sibilot National Park, Northern Kenya
June 10-July 23, 2017
Train to become a paleoanthropologist in the greatest hominid hunting ground in the world…
Co-directed by the George Washington University’s Center for the Advanced Study of Hominid Paleobiology and the National Museums of Kenya, the Koobi Fora Field is a credit-earning collaborative paleoanthropological research and training program in Northern Kenya. The program includes daily hands-on-work, a series of lectures, specialized laboratory exercises, and one-on-training with senior researchers and instructors. Through this combination of learning opportunities in a remote and remarkable “classroom” students receive an intense and unforgettable research experience. Spaces are limited so apply early to secure your spot!