Submitted 5 March 2020 by Alexandra Klales
The Washburn University Forensic Anthropology Program is offering a series of 2020 forensic anthropology summer short courses at the WU/KBI Forensic Science Center in Topeka, KS. The courses vary in length, have no pre-requisites, and do not require enrollment through the university. All courses are intensive, hands-on, and utilize real skeletal collections/casework and state-of-the-art equipment/techniques. Courses are open to anyone 18 years and older.
1. Human Osteology Course (June 15-19, 2020) $650 ABMDI approved for 35 hours & for 38.5 hours MO POST continuing education hours
2. Human Skeletal Biology: Estimating the Biological Profile (June 22-26, 2020) $650
Submitted for ABMDI & MO POST continuing education credits (pending approval)
3. Skeletal Trauma Analysis (June 29 - July 1, 2020) $350 ABMDI & MO POST approved for 20 hours continuing education credit
4. Fatal Fire Recoveries (July 27-July 31, 2020) $650 Previously approved for 35.5 hours of ABMDI and 35.5 hours of MO POST Continuing Education Hours in 2019. Courses have been re-submitted and are pending approval for 2020.
For more information, detailed course descriptions, and to register, visit: https://washburn.edu/wu-faru/wu-faru-courses.html
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