Tuesday, March 31, 2009
During 15 years at Emory, as department chair and Goodrich C. White Professor, George Armelagos has helped solidify the University's reputation as a national leader in the interdisciplinary, bio-cultural approach to anthropology. On April 3, he will receive his second, national award for lifetime achievement, this time from the American Association of Physical Anthropologists.
"Every skeleton has a story to tell," says Armelagos, one of the main pioneers of bioarcheology.
Read more about his work in this Emory Report profile.
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