Submitted 15 May 2023 by Soledad De Esteban-Trivigno
Registration is open for the online edition of the course Care and Management of Natural …
Submitted 11 May 2023 by Patrick Mahoney
University of Kent, School of Anthropology and Conservation is accepting applicants for an MSc in …
Submitted 8 May 2023 by Robert J. Stark
This May, the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology, University of Warsaw (PCMA UW) is holding a speaker series about bioarchaeological perspectives on life in ancient Nubia. The series will be held online over three consecutive weeks. For those interested in attending, please contact Robert Stark ([email protected]) to obtain …
Submitted 27 April 2023 by Sophia Mavroudas
This August FACTS is hosting a special workshop entitled Applied Biostatistics Using R taught by …
Submitted 26 April 2023 by K. Lindsay Hunter
You're invited: In person or online!
“The Role of Myth in Anthropogeny,” is the topic …
Submitted 11 April 2023 by Sophia Mavroudas
The Forensic Anthropology Center at Texas State (FACTS) in San Marcos, Texas is excited to announce that there is still space available in two of our summer courses including the Forensic Anthropology Methods week-long course and the 12-hour Entomology and Taphonomy of Texas course. Both courses are taking place in …
Submitted 10 April 2023 by Giovanna Vidoli
This is a hands-on laboratory course introduces participants to basic human osteology and differences with non-human skeletal elements. The course is designed for students and law enforcement and focuses on how to distinguish human from non-human skeletal remains. No previous knowledge required. $550
Submitted 6 April 2023 by Physalia-courses
there are still a few seats available for the next edition of the Geometric Morphometrics course with Dr Carmelo Fruciano (CNR, IT).
Dates: online, 17th-21st of April
If interested, please have a look at: https://www.physalia-courses.org/courses-workshops/course22/
Best regards, Carlo
Submitted 4 April 2023 by Arianna Taft
May 30 – July 12, 2023 (Class will run M-F, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. …
Submitted 27 March 2023 by Nate Dominy
We are delighted to host a Wenner-Gren-funded workshop, "Animating ancient trade routes through …
Submitted 21 March 2023 by Eric Delson
The Rohlf Medal for Excellence in Morphometric Methods and Applications was established in 2006 by the family and friends of F. James Rohlf to mark his 70th birthday. He has been a longtime Stony Brook University faculty member and is currently Emeritus Distinguished Professor in the Department of Ecology and …
Submitted 6 March 2023 by Triangle Center for Evolutionary Medicine (TriCEM)
We are excited to announce that the Triangle Center for Evolutionary Medicine (TriCEM) is accepting applications for the 2023 Evolutionary Medicine Summer Institute (EMSI). This year, EMSI will be held from the evening of May 21st through 26th at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, NC.
EMSI provides training in …
Submitted 28 February 2023 by Carol Nguyen, Scientific Program Specialist, National Institute on Aging
The National Institute on Aging has recently announced two new funding opportunities with targeted funding for research on determinants of differences among human and nonhuman primate species in life spans, life histories, and other aging-related outcomes. One RFA is for research projects, the other is for an infrastructure project (see …
Submitted 15 February 2023 by Soledad De Esteban-Trivigno
Registration is open for Transmitting Science’s course: “Graphs with R’s ggplot”. This course will be …
Submitted 8 February 2023 by Annamaria Diana
The Brasov Bioarchaeology Project have teamed up with the Institute for Field Research (IFR) to train students in the osteological analysis of medieval Transylvanian assemblages and archaeological excavation practice in the fortified Saxon church of the Transylvanian village of Sânpetru. We are now accepting applications for the summer 2023 fieldschool, …
Submitted 6 February 2023 by Kristi Lewton
Applications for the Student Volunteer Program are now being accepted. We need student volunteers for both the Reno and Online programs, so there are lots of opportunities. The registration fee will be waived for students accepted into the program, or reimbursed if already paid. Applications are due March 7, 2023.
Submitted 20 January 2023 by Mine Dogucu, Monika Hu, and Amy Herring
Application for the Bayes BATS program is now open at https://duke.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_2sDimvyrSaeAl1A .
BATS https://www.stat.uci.edu/bayes-bats/ is a three-tiered program geared at STEM educators who would like to incorporate Bayesian thinking and methods into their own disciplinary courses. Funded by the National Science Foundation, up to 20 attendees, who will be US …
Submitted 16 January 2023 by Amy Rector
This survey is part of a research study to understand the decisions and experiences of people who are in disciplines that include fieldwork, and who also have personal carer responsibilities (e.g. parents/guardians of minors, or carers of aged or disabled relatives). The relationship may be biological, adoptive, legal, or informal.
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