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Alexandra Hofner

UGA Arch
Doctoral Candidate
Of note:

Grants and Awards

2020, Fulbright Fellowship Sri Lanka

2020, Margot Marsh Species Conservation Fund, $20,000

2019, UGA Campus Sustainability Grant, $5,000

2019, UGA Social Ecology Studio, $400

2018, Idea Wild, awarded field equipment

2018, Mohammad bin Species Conservation Fund: $7,800

2018, The Ardith Eudey Award, $1,400

2017, The David Chivers Prize, Oxford Brookes University

2016, Idea Wild, awarded field equipment

2016, Primate Conservation Inc: $3,500

2016, Born Free: $1,500

2016, Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund: $4,500

2016, International Primatological Society: $1,500

2015, John Henry Brookes Scholarship, Oxford Brookes University: $1,300

2012, Animal Behavior, ecology and conservation exemplar award, Canisius College



Hofner, A.N., Jost Robinson, C.A. and K.A.I Nekaris (2018). Preserving Preuss’s red colobus (Piliocolobus preussi); An analysis of hunting and changing perceptions of primates in Ikenge-Bakoko, Cameroon. International Journal of Primatology, 1-23.

Erb, W. M., Barrow, E. J., Hofner, A. N., Utami-Atmoko, S. S. & Vogel, E. R. (2018). Wildfire smoke impacts activity and energetics of wild Bornean orangutans. Scientific Reports, 8(1), 1–8.

Hofner, A. N. (2017). Primate Conservation and Human Livelihoods. In: A. Fuentes (Ed.), International Encyclopedia of Primatology. Wiley-Blackwell.


B.S. Animal Behavior, Ecology, and Conservation, Canisius College Buffalo (2012)

M.Sc. Oxford Brookes University, Primate Conservation (2016)

Articles Featuring Alexandra Hofner

The Willson Center for Humanities and Arts Advisory Board awarded PhD candidate, Alexandra Hofner, a Graduate Research Award for her project, "Re-articulating pathways to human-wildlife coexistence in Sri Lanka's North Central Dry Zone." The Willson…

Events featuring Alexandra Hofner

The Co-ecology of Risk: Niche Construction and Northern Purple-Faced Langur (Semnopithecus vetulus philbricki) anti-predator behavior in Sri Lanka

Zoom Meeting ID: 946 5573 4458

Please email Alexandra at for the passcode.

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