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About Evelyn Glaze

Evelyn is a soon-to-be third year PhD student at Arizona State University’s Institute of Human Origins, interested in what growth and development of the mammalian dentition can tell us about human evolution. She attended the TBI field school and study abroad as an undergraduate in Fall of 2013, and also volunteered with the West Turkana Archaeological Project in 2014 during excavation of the Lomekwian stone tools. She is very excited to return to TBI!

From Mpala to Turkwel, it’s heating up!

Welcome to our second blog post! The students have now arrived at Turkwel, the Turkana Basin Institute Research facility on the West side of lake Turkana. Before we made our way out here, we spent our remaining time at Mpala studying the ecology of African bushlands. The students listening to a lecture by Dr. [...]

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