Bones, Crimes, Careers: Forensic Anthropology (Grades 9-12, rising)
Dates: June 19-23, 2023
Meets: M, Tu, W, Th and F from 9:00 AM to 12 N
Location: UT Strong Hall, Room 504C
Registration Fee: $149.00
There are 5 openings remaining at this time.
This camp explores how scientists and investigators determine non-human from human remains, what bones can tell us archaeologically, and how this information is used to solve crimes. You’ll learn how to determine the age, sex, and stature of remains and discover job opportunities in the various fields of anthropology.
When registering for a Kids U course you must complete the Consent Forms and read the Parent Handbook
|Course Fee (Basic)||Registration Fee||$ 149.00|
UT Strong Hall, Room 504C1621 West Cumberland Avenue
Knoxville, TN 37996
Caroline Znachko is a Ph.D. student in biological anthropology at the University of Tennessee. Znachko graduated from the University of Arizona with a Bachelor of Science degree in biological anthropology and a minor in ecology and evolutionary biology. She earned a Master of Arts degree in biological anthropology at Texas State University. She teaches the Bones, Crimes, Careers: Forensic Anthropology summer camp for Kids U.
|06/19/2023||Monday||9 AM to 12 N||UT Strong Hall, Room 504C|
|06/20/2023||Tuesday||9 AM to 12 N||UT Strong Hall, Room 504C|
|06/21/2023||Wednesday||9 AM to 12 N||UT Strong Hall, Room 504C|
|06/22/2023||Thursday||9 AM to 12 N||UT Strong Hall, Room 504C|
|06/23/2023||Friday||9 AM to 12 N||UT Strong Hall, Room 504C|