FACTS ABOUT THE CENTER
The F.A.E. Graduate Program provides individualized attention for each
student. All students are required to engage in independent research,
and a laboratory research rotation under faculty guidance begins soon
after their arrival. Research may involve our large collection of
vertebrates, our broad array of casts of recent and fossil mammal dentitions,
or various samples of human historic and archaeological material. Research
is further facilitated by access to the extensive collections of recent
and fossil vertebrates at the National Museum of Natural History (Smithsonian
Institution), Washington, D.C., which is only an hour away. The F.A.E.
program also offers opportunities for field work (see individual faculty pages), including research on
the ecology of living primates and other mammals in Costa Rica and on
Eocene vertebrate faunas in Wyoming.
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Recent faculty and student publications
Valerie DeLeon, Kenneth Rose, Christopher Ruff, Mark Teaford, David Weishampel
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