OEI founder, Randy Kyes, is the inaugural recipient of the American Society of Primatologists’ “Kyes Award for Excellence in Educational Outreach”

UW Scientist and International Colleagues Celebrate Monumental 20th Year of Field Course
By Chris Braunger, WaNPRC, UW (6 June 2017)

From crop-raiding monkeys to political unrest: UW’s Randy Kyes embarks on 100th field course
By Deborah Bach, UW News and Information (July, 2016)

Outreach Education in Nepal - Helping to Promote Environmental Conservation and Global Health
by Nitu Ghale, Annapurna Post (Feb, 2016, Nepal)

Monkeying Around in Remote Indonesia
UW Arts and Sciences Perspectives (September 2015)

Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the founding of the Primate Research Center at Bogor Agricultural Univ. (PSSP-IBP), INDONESIA

25th Annual Field Course on Tinjil Island, INDONESIA: Promoting Conservation Biology, Global Health, and Global Citizens
(Summer, 2015)

Center hosts science exhibit at the 2015 UW "Paw-On-Science"
Center for Global Field Study, UW (10-12 April 2015)

OEI help to ensure that the children in Shree Ishwar Primary School, Nepal will have access to running water for the year.
One Earth Institute (February 2015)

UAV Technology Demonstrated for Potential Application in Conservation Biology and Globlal Health
Center for Global Field Study, UW (August 2014)

Paws on Science features 50 UW research groups.
UW Medicine Online News (18 April 2014)

Prof. Kyes is interviewed by RevoScience Monthly of Nepal, (11 March, 2014). “Educating People is the Most Important Strategy in Conserving the Environment” by Rajendra Adhikari and Laxman Dangol.

Inauguration Ceremony of the 13th Annual “Field Course in Conservation Biology & Global Health” in Kathmandu, Nepal

Ayla Wilson '14 (College of Coastal Georgia) talks about her study abroad experience on TInjil Island, Indonesia with the UW IFSP-Indonesia program
Brightwork (Official magazine of the College of Coastal Georgia, Fall, 2013)

Randall Kyes Receives a Fullbright Specialist Grant to Indonesia
19 July 2013

Center for Global Field Study Hosts Exhibit at the Seattle Science EXPO day (8 June 2013).
8 June 2013

WANPRC Researcher Finds Critically Endangered Monkey Population Shifts to Sustainability
WaNPRC article, 20 March 2013

Better Outlook for Dwindling Black Macaque Population in Indonesia
UW Today, 23 January 2013

Cautious Hope for Rare Indonesian Macaques
Wildlife News - 29 January 2013

Field Research in Indonesia: An Immersion in Science and Culture  
Dept. of Psychology Newsletter - Winter 2012

Conservationists Bat for Hoolock Gibbon, 10 Nov 2012
Seven Sister Post - 10 November 2012

Center Scientists Conduct Field Course for Students at Quileute Tribal School
WaNPRC article - 23 July 2012

20 Years of Primatology, IPB Presents Award to Randall Kyes
Okezone Indonesia (Indonesian and English Translations) - 24 July 2012

Fear and Pooh at Paws-on Science
Dept. of Psychology Newsletter, UW - Summer 2012

Center Hosts 'Animals and the Future' Exhibit at UW's PAWS-on-Science Activities
WaNPRC article - 19 April 2012

Global Initiatives Empower Local Action
myZoo - Spring 2011

Gibbon Sanctuary to Host Experts - University of Washington Selects Primate Hub for its Uniqueness
The Telegraph, Calcuttle, India - 10 January 2011

UW Primatologist Discusses Conservation Biology & Global Health at USA Science & Engineering Festival
UW Today - 4 November 2010

Conservation Leaders of Tomorrow Remember Yesterday
Woodland Park Zoon BLOG - 30 September 2010

Randy Kyes Addresses U.S. Delegation
WaNPRC artical - 21 May 2010

Five-day Date with Conservation Biology
The Telegraph, Calcutta, India - 18 February 2010

UW Psychologist Warns of Earthquake's Impact - 19 January 2010

Center for Global Field Study: Official partner of USA Science & Engineering Festival 2010

Center for Global Field Study: Training Environmental Stewards Worldwide
UW Today - 8 October 2009

Washington University Bowled over by Gibbon Sanctuary

Global Field Training in Conservation Biology