Dr. Victoria Gibbon, who is a candidate for the postdoctoral position
in Anthropology/Anatomy, will be on campus this Friday (April 1st)
for an interview.  Dr. Gibbon received her Ph.D. from the Department
of Anatomical Sciences and the Department of Internal Medicine,
University of Witwatersrand in 2008.  Her dissertation was titled
“DNA studies on archaeological and cadaver derived skeletal material
in the Raymond Dart collection of human skeletons.”  She is currently
a lecturer and course coordinator in the Department of Anthropology
at Purdue University.  She will be speaking on “Human variation:
joints, limbs and genes” at noon in room 109A on Friday.