Center for Indonesian Field Study (CIFS) - Bend
- Conservation Psychology and Behavioral Ecology - at Central Oregon Community College (COCC)
(in association with Central Oregon Psychology Enthusiasts COPE and Center for Global Field Study - CGFS -University of Washington)
find us on twitter at: @COCC_Indonesia
Coordinator: Matthew Novak, PhD
Associate Professor of Psychology,Department of Social Sciences, COCC
Ilaria Turrio, MS
Katie Rutledge, University of Oregon
Erin Butler, Southern Oregon University
David Lee, Oregon State University - Cascades
Sarah Zobrist, Oregon State University - Cascades
CIFS is an interdisciplinary educational program established in 2011 in collaboration with the University of Washington, CGFS and Pusat Studi Satwa Primata (Primate Research Center, PSSP) at the Institut Pertanian Bogor (Bogor Agricultural University, IPB) in Bogor, West Java, Indonesia. The Center's target focus is field-based study of the human-wildlife-environment interface, the continuum of human health to environmental health, on a global scale. The Center's program is designed to provide field-based educational, training, and research opportunities for individuals interested in Conservation Psychology, Behavioral Ecology, Animal Behavior, Primatology, and Global Health.
Fall 2015: UW Perspectives article features Indonesian field study Read about collaborative program with the University of Washington that takes COCC students to Indonesia each summer to do field work. Click on "Monkeying Around in Remote Indonesia" at the link for the full story.
Fall 2016: CIFS now has a twitter feed! Keep up with what is going on . . . @COCC_Indonesia.