Happy Holidays from the Terhune Lab!

We wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from the Terhune Lab! Unfortunately, one of our local chipmunks will not be singing this year due to a tragic accident involving the neighbor's dog. However, we at the Terhune lab believe it would have wanted its body...

Congratulations Patricia and Lydia!

A huge CONGRATULATIONS to Terhune Lab members Lydia Haake and Patricia Ramos! Lydia was recently awarded a State Undergraduate Research Fellowships (SURF) from the Arkansas Department of Higher Education to complete her research titled "Use of dermestid beetles in...

Welcome Ashly and Caitlin!

Joining the lab this fall are two grad students, Ashly Romero and Caitlin Yoakum. Ashly joins the University of Arkansas as a MA students after having finished her undergraduate work at California State University, Long Beach. Caitlin hails from Texas Tech University,...

Stay tuned!

Stay tuned for upcoming research with Siobhan Cooke (Johns Hopkins School of Medicine) and Claire Kirchhoff (Marquette University) on the anatomy, pathology, and covariation in the teeth and TMJ of primates and humans, thanks to an award from the National Science...

Field Notes from Romania

Check out our recent feature in the University of Arkansas Research Frontier's Field Notes, and a blurb in their blog! http://researchfrontiers.uark.edu/2016/u-of-a-anthropologist-catalogs-fossil-remains-from-significant-european-site/...

Patricia’s adventures

Terhune Lab member Patricia Ramos is wasting no time taking advantage of her summer break! First she was off to Tanzania for a study abroad experience where she visited chimpanzees at Gombe, made friends with the Hadza hunter-gatherers, went on safari in the...

So many fossils, so little time

Fossils were in no short supply during our recent research trip to the "Emil Racovita" Institute of Speleology in Bucharest, Romania. Our goal this season was to work on continuing to inventory the existing Olteţ River Valley paleontological collections. Excavations...

Way to go Sarah!

Congrats to Terhune Lab member Sarah Cumpston on her poster presentation in the 2016 American Association of Physical Anthropologists Undergraduate Research Symposium. Well done!! Check out her poster...