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As part of an Introduction to Biological Anthropology class taught by associate professor of anthropology Tracy Betsinger at SUNY Oneonta, students study skulls and bones of early humans during a lab in a Science I lecture hall, April 18, 2016. Even though it’s a large lecture class with 100 students, “it’s important for all the students to learn hands-on,” says Betsinger, so she divided the class into three sections for labs.<br />
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Photo by: Michael Forster Rothbart<br />
Date:  4/18/2016<br />
File#:  Canon — Canon EOS 5D Mark III digital camera frame B02658
As part of an Introduction to Biological Anthropology class taught by associate professor of anthropology Tracy Betsinger at SUNY Oneonta, students study skulls and bones of early humans during a lab in a Science I lecture hall, April 18, 2016. Even though it’s a large lecture class with 100 students, “it’s important for all the students to learn hands-on,” says Betsinger, so she divided the class into three sections for labs.
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