The Arch and Anth Podcast, Episode 52 (September 2019)
The Arch and Anth Podcast, Episode 49 (September 2019)
What information can the talus reveal about Bronze Age Arabia?
The Quinnipiac Chronicle (September 2019)
Digging in: Professor at Quinnipiac uses grant to study 4,500-year-old bones from Arabian Peninsula
The Arch and Anth Podcast, Episode 46 (September 2019)
What are the challenges for undergraduates in their first experiences of bioarchaeology and forensic anthropology?
The Arch and Anth Podcast, Episode 43 (September 2019)
Why is the minimum number of individuals (MNI) important in bioarchaeology?
The Orange County Register (September 2019)
Chance to study bones from tombs during fellowship builds confidence
Albion College (August 2019)
Bronze Age Bones: Charlie Downey, ’20, participates in NSF Research Project
California State University, Fullerton News Center (August 2019)
Student Digs Up Bone-Thrilling Research
The Arch and Anth Podcast, Episode 39 (August 2019)
How does calcination affect bone?
How do osteologists estimate sex without the skull or pelvis?
The Arch and Anth Podcast, Episode 36 (August 2019)
What benefits does research experience provide for undergraduates? How can we estimate sex using the distal end of a humerus?
The Arch and Anth Podcast, Episode 33 (July 2019)
What is an undergraduate’s first experience in bioarchaeology like? What are the ethical issues with working with human remains?
University of South Alabama (July 2019)
How did people live 4,500 years ago? Students Hone Research Skills, Examine Skeletal Remains
Quinnipiac University (July 2019)
National Science Foundation Awards Grant To Quinnipiac Program
University of South Alabama News (February 2019)
Dr. Lesley Gregoricka’s NSF-REU has been funded
Quinnipiac University (February 2017)
Students embark on adventure in United Arab Emirates
University of South Alabama (January 2017)
Ancient Arabian Bones Find New Home at South