501 E. 38th St.
This five-day course covers the history, evolution, and current use of techniques for assessing age, sex, ancestry, and stature from human skeletal remains. Recent advancements in qualitative and quantitative methods and the presentation of findings in case reports and case testimony will also be covered. Hands-on lab exercises will utilize donated human remains, forensic cases and casts. Add the one-day Transition Analysis workshop on Sat. June 23rd for $100.