Spooky Science on the Rock with Dr. Janna Andronowski
Monday, Oct. 30, 7-9 p.m.
Quidi Vidi Brewery, St. John's
We are thrilled to have Dr. Janna M. Andronowski join the stage for a spooky Science on the Rock talk! This is FREE event and no RSVP is required. All are welcome! Details of her talk: “Forensic anthropology applies the science of biological anthropology to the legal process for the purpose of identifying unknown skeletal remains. Primary tasks of the forensic anthropologist include restoring an unknown person in death to their proper place in the social fabric and assisting authorities seeking justice. Dr. Andronowski, the forensic anthropologist for the province of Newfoundland and Labrador, will introduce methods employed by forensic anthropologists in their examination of human skeletal remains (in both the field and lab) to extract vital information regarding the identity of unknown individuals (e.g., age, sex, stature, disease) and circumstances surrounding death (e.g., trauma, postmortem events). A visual presentation and hands-on interactive demonstration will further provide attendees with an opportunity to implement the methods presented and test their forensic anthropological skills!”
Presented by Science on the Rock; Faculty of Science