Alexandra Steffeck

Graduate Student

Biological Anthropology

Alexandra is interested in the social behavior, behavioral flexibility, and spatial navigation of nonhuman primates. Her research is focused on the spatial navigation and home range use of chacma baboons (Papio ursinus) in South Africa, and she is particularly interested in the GIS applications and analyses of primate movement ecology in multivariate landscapes. Alexandra is a part of the Primate Environmental Physiology Lab under the supervision of Dr. Richard McFarland.