Independent Studies & Honors Thesis Courses

I regularly mentor students in directed independent studies and honor thesis courses includingPicture12
(* SMART/URG/Dean’s TLO Funded):

  • Human Osteology, 3 credit hours, (C. Wamser, M. Pierson), Fall 2013
  • Anthropology of Consumerism, 3 credit hours, (K. Torres), Spring 2013
  • Human Osteology, 3 credit hours, (C. Crespo), Spring 2013
  • Variation in Asian Religious Architecture, 3 credit hours, (K. Torres), Fall 2012
  • Honors Thesis Hours: Ethnicity & Migration in the Chaco Phenomenon III, 3 credit hours, (S. Wester Davis), Spring 2012
  • Human Osteology & Paleopathology, 3 credit hours, (C. Nuetzi), Spring 2012
  • The Scholarship of Teaching & Learning in Anthropology, 3 credit hours, (S. Ferguson & T. Dacey), Spring 2012
  • *Ethnicity & Migration in the Chaco Phenomenon II, 3 credit hours, (S. Wester Davis), Fall 2011
  • *Historical Cemetery Project, 3 credit hours, (R. Garcia & K. Lowery), Fall 2011
  • *Honors Thesis Hours: Evolution, Science, & Religion, 3 credit hours, (T. Dacey), Fall 2011
  • Honors Thesis Hours: Ethnicity & Migration in the Chaco Phenomenon, 3 credit hours, (S. Wester Davis), Spring 2011
  • Honors Thesis Hours: Evolution, Science, & Religion, 3 credit hours, (T. Dacey), Spring 2011
  • *Skeletal Analysis & Diet Reconstruction, 3 credit hours, (S. Ferguson), Spring 2011
  • Evolutionary Theory, Science, & Religion, 3 credit hours, (T. Dacey), Fall 2010
  • *Comparative Primate Anatomy & Evolution, 3 credit hours, (K. Wright), Spring 2010
  • Human Skeletal Biology, 3 credit hours, (M. Hull), Fall 2008
  • The Scholarship of Teaching & Learning in Anthropology, 3 credit hours, (N. Bishop), Fall 2008
  • The Scholarship of Teaching & Learning in Anthropology, 3 credit hours, (V. Parman), Summer 2008
  • Chihuahua Archaeological Project, 3 credit hours, (E. Carriker), Summer 2008
  • The Scholarship of Teaching & Learning in Anthropology, 3 credit hours, (H. Logeson & S. Rugroden), Spring 2008
  • Anthropology Resources on the Internet, 3 credit hours, (C. Baker), Summer 2007
  • Human Skeletal Biology, 3 credit hours, (M. Kroom), Spring 2007
  • Core Concepts in Physical Anthropology, 3 credit hours, (M. Schmitt), Fall 2006
  • Sacred Symbols and Popular Culture, 3 credit hours, (E. Albright), Spring 2005
  • *Primate Behavior, 3 credit hours, (C. Quinn), Fall 2004
  • Applied Archaeological GIS, 3 credit hours, (A. Warnock), Fall 2004
  • Applied Forensic Sciences Practicum, 3 credit hours, (T. McMann & E. Patrick), Summer 2004