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Workshops in Forensic Anthropology

by Ed Hagen last modified Mar 09, 2011 10:00 PM
The University of Northern Colorado and the Southern Institute of Forensic Science are delivering 3 courses/workshops in Forensic Anthropology this July in New Orleans, Louisiana. These applied, practical courses can be taken for CEU professional development credit, or for undergraduate college credit.

Enhance your job skills or preparation this summer. Registration is capped for these hands-on courses so register soon to reserve your seat. Please click here for a flyer (PDF) containing complete course information, registration options and hotel information.

Forensic Anthropology — July 11–16
ANT 330-630<> (3 credits) / NCCJ 006-630<> (4 CEUs)

Fragmentary Osteology, Bone Trauma, and Basic Bone Pathology — July 18–23
ANT 408-631<> (3 credits) / NCCJ 009-631<> (4 CEUs)

Facial Reconstruction: Combination Method Workshop — July 25–30
ANT 408-630 (3 credits)<> / NCCJ 007-630<> (4 CEUs)

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