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Dr. C. Clifford Boyd, University of Tennessee

Professor of Anthropology
Co-Director of the Radford University Forensic Science Institute (RUFSI)

Research and Teaching Interests: Archaeology, Forensic Archaeology, Historic Archaeology, Cultural Resource Management, Appalachia, U.S. Southeast, Prehistoric North America.

  • 1999 RU Faculty Scholarly Research Award
  • 2008 Virginia Outstanding Faculty Award

Contact Information
Preston Hall 253
540-831-5948
clboyd@radford.edu

 

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Dr. Donna Boyd, Ph.D. University of Tennessee

Eminent Professor of Anthropology
Co-Director of the Radford University Forensic Science Institute (RUFSI)

Research and Teaching Interests: Biological Anthropology, Forensics, Human Osteology, Skeletal Biology, Primate Anatomy, Paleontology, U.S. Southeast & Appalachia.

  • 1998 RU Faculty Teaching Award
  • 2006 Virginia Outstanding Faculty Award
  • 2006 Carnegie U.S. Professor of the Year

Contact Information
Preston Hall 257
540-831-5856
doboyd@radford.edu

 

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Dr. Jake R. Fox, Ph.D. University of Pittsburgh

Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Affiliated Faculty, RUFSI

Research and Teaching Interests: Archaeology, Small-Scale and Middle-Range Societies, Neolithic Societies, Subsistence and Settlement Patterns, Quantitative and Computer Methods, Andean South America, Prehistoric Latin America, the Middle East.

Contact Information
Preston Hall 251
540-831-6603
jfox32@radford.edu

 

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Dr. Cassady J. Yoder Urista, Ph.D. Texas A&M University

Chair
Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Affiliated Faculty, RUFSI

Research and Teaching Interests: Biological Anthropology, Bioarchaeology, Skeletal Biology, Bone Chemistry Analysis, Paleonutrition, Paleopathology, Medieval Denmark, Andean South America, Historic Slave Populations in the U.S.

Contact Information

Preston Hall 252
540-831-5416
cjyoder@radford.edu

 

Dr. Darcy Morey, Ph.D. University of Tennessee

Research Associate, Forensic Science Institute

Research Interests: Zooarchaeology and the Domestication of the Dog

Contact Information
Preston Hall 254
dmorey@radford.edu

 

Dr. David Anderson, Ph.D. Tulane University

Adjunct Professor of Anthropological Sciences

Research and Teaching Interests: Archaeological Methods, Pseudoarchaeology, Development of Social Organization, Maya and Mesoamerican Archaeology.

Contact Information
Preston Hall 254
danderson10@radford.edu