Dylan Boeken graduated with a double major in Evolutionary Biology and Environmental Studies, and a minor in Portuguese. He has developed a love of learning and is passionate about primatology. He is working to acquire the skills to be an affective biologist both in the field and in the lab. His previous experience working in South America with primates includes assisting the Tijuca National Rain Forest during the Rio Mais Vinte Conference, studying at IPE’s Nazaré Paulista research station, and taking the primatology field methods through FPI. Dylan also spends time practicing jiu-jitsu, rock climbing, hiking, and reading a bunch.