Learn how anthropologists read lives through bones, Oct. 16


Ever wonder what exactly a forensic anthropologist does in the lab? Fascinated with what happens after death and what can be learned from bones? Learn about forensic anthropology lab analysis during the Math+Science+x Seminar: “Tales from the Crypt: How Anthropologists Read Lives through Bones” with Dr. Jennifer Byrnes. Hands-on, bone-cast stations will be on-hand during the seminar for demonstrating typical forensic anthropology methodology. Happening Friday, Oct. 16 from 10:30-11:30 a.m. in E243. All students, faculty, and staff are welcome!

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