"It's Alive! Archaeological GIS Applications in the Old and New Worlds and the GIS Lab" Individuals from the GIS Lab will be doing short presentations at Friday's
Department of Anthropology colloquium in room 107 Carpenter Building at 3:30 p.m. The presentations will be followed by an open house of the GIS Lab in 101 Carpenter Building.
Everyone is welcome! Please plan to attend.
DeniseLiberton, Laurel Pearson and Ellen Quillen are attending the annual meeting of the American Society of
Human Genetics next week in Honolulu, Hawaii. They will all be presenting
The titles of the posters are:
Evidence of Indigenous American
specific selection in skin pigmentation genes. E. Quillen, A. W.
Bigham, R. Mei, M. D. Shriver
to identify risk genes for preterm premature rupture of membranes in
African-American women. L. N. Pearson, J. P.
Kusanovic, R. Romero, M. D. Shriver, J. F. Strauss
Patterns of correlation between genetic ancestry and facial
features suggest selection on females is driving differentiation. D. K.
Liberton, K. A. Matthes, R. Pereira, T. Frudakis, D. A. Puts, M. D.
Adam Hartstone-Rose, Assistant Professor of Biology, from Penn State Altoona will be presenting "The Hunters and the Hunted: carnivores and human evolution" at Friday's
Department of Anthropology colloquium. The colloquium will be held in
room 107 Carpenter Building and will begin at 3:30 pm.
Everyone is welcome!