Chrissy SepulvedaAssociate Faculty
Phone: (714) 750-1019
I am a biocultural anthropologist specializing in evolutionary biology and primatology. I earned my Master of Arts degree in Anthropology at California State University, Fullerton. The major focus of my graduate level research was behavioral ecology of nonhuman primates, more specifically, behavioral and physiological adaptations in relation to social environment. I also study human primates, and am particularly interested in ethnomusicology and grassroots music communities. I am an outreach educator and volunteer coordinator at the Gibbon Conservation Center. I am an Onshore Volunteer for Sea Shepherd Conservation Society. My volunteer work and activism focuses on primate conservation, ocean conservation, and wildlife/habitat conservation. I am a member of an international grassroots music community based in the U.S., and I coordinate a branch of over 400 worldwide members via social networking. Courses I teach: Biological Anthropology, Biological Anthropology Lab, Cultural Anthropology, Primate Behavior/The World Of Primates, Introduction To Archaeology, and Independent Study in Anthropology (NOCCCD).