Skulls and Sandiego, bunnies and bone fragments, what could be better than this? 💀🌹🐇🦴 Thanks to everyone for coming to say hi and learning something new and sciencey for their halloween #COSIafterdark event! 🍾 We’ll be there Saturday with our cart o’ craziness if you missed us tonight!
Last night APOP members Kendra Weinrich and Mark Hubbe spent time with students at Nosker House! They did the Food, Football, and Human Variation activity with an incredible array of international food that was provided by the RAs!! Big thanks to our awesome volunteers and of course to Nosker House & their RAs for having us – and providing super delish food! 🤤🤤🤤
Don’t forget – tomorrow evening at 6:00 pm APOP will be attending the COSI After Dark: Halloween event showing off some cool science carts!! Tell your friends and family to come find us tomorrow night to show our lovely volunteers some support, learn something cool about anthropology and enjoy some spoopy brews! 👻🍻👻Hope to see you there!
Hey guys! We decided to join Twitter! Follow us for APOP updates, general news in anthropology and the occasional meme, of course. https://twitter.com/ApopOhio
A big thank you to our wonderful volunteers Liv Menear, Drew Hardin, Malorie Albee, and Brittany Wexler for taking the time to help teach people about anthropology!! This is what APOP is all about! 🥰
Huge shout out to our rockstar volunteer and board member Brittany Wexler for sharing her experience working at archaeological site Zorita de los Canes in Spain with 6th graders at Metro Early College High School yesterday! And a huge thank you to Kabe Eichenauer’s class at Metro for having her! Hopefully experiences like this will help younger generations explore the wide range of career paths awaiting them. ☺️
Do raccoons have a preference on what they scavenge? How does our environment and what we consume in our lifetime affect how we decompose? In this bonus episode of “A Story of Us”, we talk with forensic anthropologist Dr. Dawnie Wolfe- Steadman, and hear about her research at the Forensic Anthropology Center at University of Tennessee, Knoxville (a.k.a The Body Farm) where she works with donated bodies to inform science and criminal justice. From this, we recognize Anthropology’s multiple disciplines and raise the broader questions about the human body and culture!