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Jane Goodall

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Jane Goodall By:Ethan Walker
& Baylee Ellison Who was Jane's Mentors What are Jane's recommendations to others who may want to succeed in this field? What progress would Jane like to see in your field? Some personal challenges the professional may have had to overcome How She effected her stem field. Jane Goodall accomplishments. Mentors What does Jane study? Why we chose Jane. Who is Jane Morris Goodall? Jane was born on April 3, 1934 in London, England. She received her education at the University of Cambridge, Newman Collage, and Darwin Collage.Now she is avidly lecturing students about her years at Gombe, the state of chimpanzees today. We chose this scientist because of the major contributions this person made to the world of science. My partner identifies with her by gender. But we both identify with her by race. Jane Goodall studies primatologist, ethnologist, and anthropologist. Primatologist is the study of primates. Ethnologists are zoologist who studies the behavior of animals in their natural habitats. Lastly an anthropologist is a social scientist who specializes in anthropology. Her profound scientific discoveries—such as the discovery of toolmaking by chimpanzees—laid the foundation for all future primate studies. Her research went on to show many other striking similarities between humans and chimpanzees. She also changed the way all animal studies are performed. Jane Goodall is best known for conserving endangered wild African chimps, but she also accomplished... At first, Jane Goodall had no scientific background so no one would take her seriously if her mentor didn’t arrange for her to get a PhD at Cambridge University she wouldn’t have come this far in her research. Also because of poachers in Africa she could have been in a lot of life or death situations. Jane's recommendations for this type of field, is to have a lot of determination and courage because like Jane Goodall she stepped out on her own and took a risk to go to Africa by herself and pursue a career that she loved, so you really have to be dedicated. Since I want to be in the medical field the progress I would like to see in this field is the cure for cancer majorly. And to have more girls in the medical field because of the gender roles in the United States there are a lot of discrimination. Franklin Burr Award for Contribution to Science, National Geographic Society
_1970 Stott Science Award, Cambridge University
_1974 Gold Medal for Conservation, San Diego Zoological Society
_1974 Conservation Award, Women's Branch of the New York Zoological Society
_1974 Brad Washburn Award, Boston Museum of Science (with Hugo van Lawick)
_1980 Order of the Golden Ark, World Wildlife Award for Conservation
_1984 J. Paul Getty Wildlife Conservation Prize
_1985 Living Legacy Award from the International Women's League
_1987 The Albert Schweitzer Award of the Animal Welfare Institute
_1987 National Alliance for Animals Award
_1987 E. Mendel Medaille from the Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina
_1987 Golden Plate Award, American Academy of Achievement
_1988 Centennial Award, National Geographic Society
_1988 Joseph Krutch Award, the Humane Society of the United States
_1988 Award for Humane Excellence, American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
_1989 Encyclopedia Britannica Award for Excellence on the Dissemination of Learning for the Benefit of Mankind
_1989 Anthropologist of the Year Award
_1990 The AMES Award, American Anthropologist Association
_1990 Whooping Crane Conservation Award, Conoco, Inc.
_1990 Gold Medal of the Society of Women Geographers
_1990 Inamori Foundation Award
_1990 Washoe Award
_1990 The Kyoto Prize in Basic Science
_1991 The Edinburgh Medal
_1993 Rainforest Alliance Champion Award
_1994 Chester Zoo Diamond Jubilee Medal
_1995 Commander of the British Empire, presented by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
_1995 The National Geographic Society Hubbard Medal for Distinction in Exploration, Discovery, and Research
_1995 Lifetime Achievement Award, In Defense of Animals
_1995 The Moody Gardens Environmental Award
_1995 Honorary Wardenship of Uganda National Parks
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