Andrew Halloran

B.A., M.A., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Environmental Studies
Andrew Halloran


Phone: 561-237-7149

Office Location

Assaf Academic Center
Room 107

Professional Profile

Andrew Halloran is a primatologist who specializes in primate vocal communication. He has extensively studied chimpanzee calls and wrote a book on the subject titled The Song of the Ape. His current research focuses on the wild chimpanzees of Sierra Leone and how their calls are structured by both learning and environmental acoustics. Halloran is also working with local villages in Sierra Leone to find alternatives to hunting the very fragile chimpanzee populations in the area. In addition to his work with chimpanzees, Halloran has done work in Nicaragua and Costa Rica looking at capuchin monkey communication and working for the conservation of tropical forests alongside the Maderas Rainforest Conservancy.  


  • B.A., Flagler College
  • M.A., Florida Atlantic University
  • Ph.D., Florida Atlantic University

Teaching Philosophy

Andrew Halloran believes in a hands on approach to learning scientific literacy. Students must be real life participants in the classroom and beyond. 

Curriculum Vitae

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