VOLUME 23 #2

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Faculty title page-image of Jon Cox in Peru
Photo by Lindsay Yeager
Jon Cox, ANR88, AS04M, assistant professor of art who managed a multidisciplinary team that focused on documenting the culture of the indigenous Ese’Eja people of Peru, has been named a “National Geographic Explorer.”

The designation recognizes the contributions of a wide-ranging group of researchers and others who have made their marks in exploration and discovery. The list of National Geographic Explorers encompasses such specialists as ocean explorers, geneticists, elephant researchers, conservation biologists, archaeologists, filmmakers and linguists.

Cox previously contributed photographs for a book about another endangered group, the Hadzabe people of Tanzania in East Africa. He is currently profiled on the National Geographic Explorers website.

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