Forensic Anthropology Summer Camp

Appalachian State University

  • $600

  • January 14 2017

  • New dates coming soon

  • No

Description

Spend your summer learning something new. Appalachian State University is pleased to offer a summer residential camp experience in Forensic Anthropology! At the Forensic Anthropology Summer Camp, students receive college-level instruction on the techniques of forensic anthropology and work with real human skeletons to reconstruct their identity, life history, cause and manner of death. Students also participate in a field search and recovery simulation, locating and excavating clandestine graves buried months before in the wooded areas surrounding campus. Set in the mountains of western North Carolina, on the beautiful campus of Appalachian State University, this camp will provide high school students 15-18 years of age with practical experience in forensic anthropology--search and field recovery techniques and the medico-legal investigation of the human skeleton. Two four-day sessions will be offered in 2017.

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Opportunity Information

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Application Deadline

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Location

Boone, North Carolina

Starts

January 14 2017

Financial AID

No

Grade Levels

Last Updated on

August 9 2017

Opportunity Types


Important Dates

Start Date

January 14 2017

End Date

January 17 2017

Deadline Date

New dates coming soon


Session

No multiple sessions
Categories

Science, Health and Medicine

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