Dr. de France, Dr. Heckenberger, and Dr. Johnson have been recently interviewed for the departmental Youtube. Watch their interviews here.
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African Americans have significantly higher rates of hypertension than other racial groups and suffer from more serious negative outcomes associated with the disease. We investigate the sociocultural and biological factors that influence hypertension in African Americans, a group that is underrepresented in research, in Tallahassee, FL. Novel integration of both genetic and social network data […]
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Penetrating the Darkness of Time is about cultural milestones and the origins of the use of materials by ancient humans that led to the world we live in today. The book is written for the general public. It is interdisciplinary, and covers a series of topics in readable language about the development of various technologies—stone, […]
Dr. Aaron Broadwell Featured in the Member Spotlight this Month at the Linguistic Society of America: https://www.linguisticsociety.org/content/june-2018-member-spotlight-aaron-broadwell
An article Dr. Stepp co-authored with a team out of Duke Univ. (“Are the Ghosts of Nature’s Past Haunting Ecology Today?”) was published in Current Biology on Monday and has been getting a lot of media coverage. See links below to view some of the published features: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/local/article210643034.html https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2018/05/large-predators-human-habitat-conservation-animals-spd/
Dr. Richard Stepp interviewed about his work in Mexico/Central America for article in Seeker. https://www.seeker.com/culture/can-we-stop-a-mass-extinction-of-human-languages
Genetic analysis of a baby girl who died at the end of the last ice age shows she belonged to a previously unknown ancient group of Native Americans. To read more, click here.
2016-2017—John Krigbaum, Connie Mulligan, and Ken Sassaman 2017-2018—Susan deFrance, Susan Gillespie, Chris McCarty