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The director of the school's Archaeological Chemistry Laboratory is a specialist in isotope analyses of tooth enamel and bone and a facilitator of hands-on learning experiences for her archaeology, archaeological chemistry and bioarchaeology students. She recently gave 19 preschoolers their first look at laboratory work and an experiential introduction to science.
Evolutionary AnthropologyGraduating with her doctorate in anthropology this month, Russak spent a year on her own in western Tanzania researching the community ecology of chimpanzees. In the field, she stayed at the Goodall Institute in nearby Gombe and spent time discussing her research witih Jane Goodall.Learn More
Societies and their Natural Environments
Taking account of global trends in urban growth and climate change, this project investigates the causes of variation in heat-related human vulnerability within the metropolitan region of Phoenix, Arizona.
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