Dr. Gabriel Prieto’s research at Huanchaco/Huanchaquito in Peru has been named one of the top 10 discoveries of the decade by Archaeology Magazine. Read more here: https://www.archaeology.org/issues/406-2101/features/9262-top-10-discoveries-of-the-decade Congratulations, Dr. Prieto, for this incredible honor and important work!
Graduate student Megan Hanna Fry receives the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) grant in Spring 2020. She shares a few of her thoughts below: “I joined the department in the fall of 2018, working with Dr. John Krigbaum and Dr. James Davidson focusing in bioarchaeology. I received my B.A. from the University of Cincinnati, and […]
Dr. Gabriel Prieto’s research has been featured in the March/April issue of Archaeology Magazine. See the full issue here. (All images from Archaeology Magazine)
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Our own Mike Heckenberger was featured in a story in the Alligator this morning, highlighting his research and efforts to mitigate the effects of rainforest fires on indigenous peoples. Find the article here. Photo courtesy to the Alligator.
Dr. Muligan’s lab featured in UF News press release for their PLOS ONE paper about Syrian refugee study. https://news.ufl.edu/2019/07/how-genes-resilience-affect-syrian-refugee-stress/
UF Anthropology graduate student, Molly Selba, was interviewed by Nat Geo on her recently published dog research. Read the interview here.
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