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After weeks of heated debate, on February 26, 2020, the Idaho state House passed a bill banning transgender female athletes from participating school sports on female teams on and the bill wi
Teeth are abundant in the human fossil record because enamel and dentine are both highly mineralized, facilitating the transition from tissue to fossil.
During the summer of 2018, I boarded a plane and headed off to Madagascar for the second time.
I always thought I was good at self-care. I did my laundry, I ate regularly, and I would get more than enough sleep.
Time management is an important key for success in academia, and failing to manage your time damages your effectiveness and can exacerbate stress.
I never thought I would study anthropology. For a long time, I believed that anthropologists were people watchers whose contributions to science were interesting but did not have much application.
The coyote came to me in a box—just her head—wrapped with care by a hunter on the other side of the country.
It’s almost Halloween and what could be scarier then talking about money as a graduate student? I have chills just typing this sentence. How do I get money to fund my summer research?
When I first considered writing a blog about the experience of getting my Ph.D., I thought I would be able to provide life-changing advice or deep thoughts about the transformative process through
I moved to DC from the UK last year to begin studying for my PhD at the Center for the Advanced Study of Human Paleobiology (CASHP) at the George Washington University (GWU).
Recently, I’ve spent time at the National Museum of Natural History engaging with the public about my dissertation research on comparative primate epigenetics.