Recently some Forensic Anthropologists visited the CSI Major class to discuss the various ways anthropology can be used to investigate crimes. These photos show our students showing off their CSI gear, and at work assembling complete skeletons and conjecturing as to why certain bones are missing.
Quotes from students:
“I learned that the phrase ‘we are all the same inside’ is actually not quite right’
(Teacher’s note: bone structure varies between the sexes)
“I really enjoyed when the forensic anthropologists came to speak to us….my favourite part was reconstructing the human skeletons….it was like a big puzzle…and i feel it helped me to make new friends and get to know my friends better!”