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Public lecture for the Institute of Human Origins at the Metropolitan Club in New York City, 2018

Why do research if you can’t share it?

This kind of collaborative research takes a team of specialists, but behind that team stand all the people – probably you, reading this site – who support our work. The most important form of support is their curiosity and the simple human drive to know more about our origins. Giving back a piece of what we discover is one of the most rewarding parts of my work.

Outside of the university classroom, I have engaged in outreach to school children, community members at our field site, and the general public through site visits, activity days, public lectures, and the production of educational materials – including even the Tiyende! in-flight magazine.


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