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Forensic Anthropology Short Course: Fragmentary Human Osteology

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Washburn University Forensic Science Center

2100 SW Washburn Avenue

Topeka, KS 66604

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The goal of this five-day course is to familiarize students and professionals with the identification of human skeletal remains. Emphasis will be placed on ID and siding fragmentary human bone, recognizing sub-adult remains and understanding human skeletal anatomy. Participants will be introduced to normal human variation as well as taphonomic and pathological changes.

The course involves extensive hands-on opportunities with real bone fragments, supplemented by detailed lectures, presentations, and actual forensic case studies. No osteological experience required.

The class runs 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day and the course fee includes all materials. Please note: registrants will be contacted by the organizer for their T-shirt size.

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What if I need housing?

On-campus housing is available to registered attendees at a reduced rate. Please contact the organizer and let us know if you'd like single or double occupancy accommodations. More information is available at http://aklales.weebly.com/training-courses.html.

What's the refund policy?

This $50 deposit of your $650 registration is non-refundable and will be applied to your total course fee. You will be invoiced for the remainder of the course fee ($600). That invoiced portion of the fee may be refunded to you up to 30 days before the course begins.


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Washburn University Forensic Science Center

2100 SW Washburn Avenue

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