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Anthropology and Museum Studies

Forensics Lab

The CWU Forensic Anthropology Laboratory, under the direction of Dr. Nicole A. Jastremski, is located in Dean 282.  This lab provides students the ability to further their forensics, bioarchaeology, and human osteology training.  The lab comes equipped with standard osteometric equipment, a NextGen Scanner, a 3D digitizer, field tools, casting materials, and a computer with Fordisc.  Several human skeletons and casts (infant through adult) and some comparative faunal remains are also housed here to expose students to methods in comparative anatomy, trauma and pathological analysis, and the biological profile.  The lab has an extensive collection of reference books to aid in student learning.


Dr. Jastremski and Mackenzie Stinson reviewing cranial anatomy.  Interested in forensics?
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