Sunday, March 29, 2009

Alabama Academy of Science Meetings, University of West Alabama, March 27, 2009

Dr. Jones talks with anthro students Anna McCown, Mallory Messersmith, and Anne Sorrell at the anthropology session

Sharyn presented a paper at the anthro session, Cannibalism in Fiji?

UAB faculty, students, and friends at the Science Education session. James Cormier presented a paper, Supersize It! A Look at Large-Scale Anatomy Exhibits in Informal Science Education.

Karen Utz (UAB history faculty and Sloss Furnaces museum curator) chaired the Science Education session. Lori Cormier later gave a paper in the anthropology session, The Historical Ecology of Human and Wild Primate Vivax-type Malarias in Amazonia.

Professor Wheatley talks with UA graduate student Erika Steele after he presented his paper at the Science Education session, Teaching Science and Evolution in Anthropology

Professor Wheatley sported his monkey tie for the occasion

Dr. Jones talks with UAB history graduate student Heather Guy. Sharyn and Lori presented a poster at the Science Education session, ANTHRO-TEACH: Developing Scholar-Teachers and Student Scientists using Alabama Native American Collections

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