Forensic Anthropology Lab
The Forensic Anthropology Laboratory supports faculty and independent student research projects as well as opportunities for hands-on student activities. The facility consists of a large research laboratory with tables, lamps, and storage areas, an adjoining wet room, and secure office/evidence room. Located in the basement of Mahar Hall, the research laboratory is fully equipped for student research projects in osteology, taphonomy, trauma, forensic processing, as well as osteological and forensic casework.
Equipment includes osteometric instruments, microscopes, computers, a fume hood, and sink, and is complemented by comparative collections of human, faunal, and pathological specimens.