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Anthropology Alum Enjoys Roles as Teacher and Osteologist, Earns Ph.D.

Hannah Plumer

Hannah Plumer ’10 just completed her Ph.D. dissertation defense at the University of Sheffield in February. Her research focused on ancient Maya health and disease of three separate Maya sites located in the Three Rivers Region of northern Belize. After Plumer graduated with her B.A. in Anthropology with a minor […]

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March 7, 2017 at 1:44 pmAlumni

Summer 2017 | Anthropology Offers Summer Short Course: Forensic Anthropology

Dr. Nancy Tatarek

The Anthropology program announces ANTH 4470/5470: Forensic Anthropology in Summer 2017. This is a short course taught four days per week across three weeks, from May 9 to May 26. Forensic anthropology is a sub-discipline of applied physical anthropology. It deals with the identification of human remains in situations that generally […]

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February 21, 2017 at 3:08 pmNews

After AmeriCorps, Anthropology, Spanish Alum is Quality Improvement Analyst

Hannah Vaughn outside Neighborhood Family Practice

Last year Hannah Vaughn ’15 was placed with Neighborhood Family Practice while serving in AmeriCorps. As her service term came to an end, she was approached by senior management about staying with the organization in a new role. Meet Vaughn on the Anthropology Career and Networking Alumni Panel, 3 to […]

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January 23, 2017 at 3:31 pmAlumni

Student Tracks Appalachian Mortality Trends Thanks to PURF Grant

OHIO sophomore Alison Harper studied three cemeteries, including St. Patrick’s (pictured here), to find demographic and mortality information about a rural Appalachia population. Her work is supported by the Provost’s Undergraduate Research Fund. Photographer: Kelee Riesbeck

  By Zulfa Rizqiya Anthropology major Alison Harper is looking below Appalachia’s surface to better understand its history. In her research paper “Mortality Analysis from Cemeteries,” Harper sheds light on demographic and mortality rates and causes in a rural area of Appalachia between 1880 and 2014. Harper’s research is supported […]

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January 13, 2017 at 10:13 amIn Class News

Anthropology Alum is Archaeological Field and Lab Director

Philip Bauschard

“I am privileged to have a career that allows me to get paid for doing what I love,” says Philip Bauschard ’07, an archaeological field and lab director at The Mannik & Smith Group, Inc., in Maumee, Ohio, with a specialty in lithic analysis. He is also a member of […]

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December 7, 2016 at 2:33 pmAlumni

Anthropology Alum is Medical Examiner Specialist in North Carolina

Anthropology Alum is Medical Examiner Specialist in North Carolina

Jennifer Winner ’04 is a medicolegal death investigator. After graduating from the College of Arts and Sciences at Ohio University with her B.A. in Anthropology, Winner started in the forensics field in 2005 as an autopsy assistant in Washington D.C. at the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner. After almost […]

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December 6, 2016 at 10:57 amAlumni

Anthropology Alive at the Buchtel Cemetery, Aug. 27

St. Patrick's Cemetery in Buchtel, Ohio

Campus and community members are invited to become an anthropologist for a day with a day-long hands-on experience titled Anthropology Alive at the Buchtel Cemetery on Saturday, Aug. 27. The workshop is sponsored by the Little Cities of Black Diamonds Council and co-presented by The Winding Road and the Ohio […]

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August 1, 2016 at 5:30 pmEvents