Like humans, monkeys each have their own innate temperament. For some, if you introduce a new toy into their living space, they’ll react with curious delight. But for other monkeys, the more hesitant ones, a new toy could bring an afternoon of anxiety. “It’s not a one-size-fits-all proposition,” says Eric Hutchinson, the new associate director of Research Animal Resources at Johns Hopkins.
This 80-hour intensive certification class in wilderness medical response is hosted by the Office of Experiential Education and is sessential for anyone who spends significant time in remote places. / Homewood Student Affairs