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Conference time!

by Kelly Ostrofsky. This past week I attended the 83rd Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists (AAPA) with several others students and faculty from CASHP, hosted this year in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. It is a yearly event where researchers and students from all over the world gather to present their research in physical … Read more

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The Researcher Emergent: Prologue

by Vance Powell. Toward the end of my first semester as a PhD student in the HomPal program at GW I was invited to collaborate with my advisor and two of our post-docs on a project they’d developed. My role in this endeavor meant using familiar devices like calipers and an osteometric board to collect … Read more

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CASHP Seminar: Dr. Aurélien Mounier

Homo heidelbergensis: More about the “Muddle in the Middle” Aurélien Mounier The Leverhulme Centre for Human Evolutionary Studies Department of Archaeology and Anthropology University of Cambridge 11am April 16, 2014 2114 G St NW

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A Serious Question: How Do You Study?

by Liz Renner. Graduate students experience various facets of pedagogy simultaneously. For their own studies, they are expected to master a vast literature in a particular field of interest. They read primary publications and consider the implications of researchers’ findings as well as critique methods, statistics, or conclusions. In addition, graduate TAs guide undergraduate students … Read more

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CASHP student, Andrew Du, wins Philip J. Amsterdam Graduate Teaching Award. Congratulations Andrew!

CASHP student, Andrew Du, wins Philip J. Amsterdam Graduate Teaching Award. Congratulations Andrew!

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    The Center for the Advanced Study of Hominid Paleobiology (CASHP) is a research center at The George Washington University. CASHP’s Mission is to undertake strategic research that addresses fundamental problems in human evolution that cross disciplinary boundaries, to act as a catalyst for interdisciplinary research programs involving scientists from other centers around the world, and … Read more

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