Applied Forensic Sciences Classroom
The main classroom for the Applied Forensic Sciences department is located in Zurn 119. The classroom seats 35-40 individuals and is equipped with state-of-the-art computer technology, including a Smart Podium (Dell computer, DVD player, VHS player, EIKE Hi-resolution screen and Sharp Notevision projector). HDMI cable access is also available for both PC and Mac personal computers to utilize the projector system.
Lectures taught in the classroom include Paleoanthropology, Intro to Forensic Science, Forensic Archaeology, a variety of criminalistics courses, and a rotation of graduate and undergraduate forensic anthropology courses. The classroom is also the primary lecture room for the Short Courses in Forensic Anthropology, which are offered annually during the early summer for students, faculty, and law enforcement professionals from national and international institutions. There is plenty of desk and floor space throughout the classroom for instructional aids, such as an articulated skeleton and paleoanthropology casts.