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 June in San Marcos, TX are open to professionals and graduate students at all levels. Undergraduates are welcome to attend with a recommendation. Please contact Sophia Mavroudas for more information ([email protected]). The week-long field methods course is full, but you may contact Sophia to be added to the waitlist.
FACTS is a cutting-edge research and education center located in Hill Country Texas halfway between Austin and San Antonio. The course participants have access to FACTS' world-class resources including the Texas State Donated Skeletal Collection, mCT scanner, histology equipment, outdoor decomposition facility, and faculty.
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