Nick started the PhD program in biological anthropology in 2022 working with Dr. Katharine Jack. He earned an MRes in primate biology, behavior, and conservation from Roehampton University (2021) in London and a B.A. in Anthropology and Psychology from the University of Montana (2015). He has spent the last few years as a research assistant working on primate research projects, including chimpanzees and mountain gorillas in Uganda, woolly monkeys in Ecuador, and capuchin monkeys in Costa Rica. Nick’s research interests include how male sociality influences vocal communication in wild capuchin monkeys living in northwest Costa Rica.