Anthropology Undergraduate Sam Lavake awarded Forensic Sciences Foundation Grant

Anthropology undergraduate senior Sam Lavake has been awarded a Field Grant by the Forensic Sciences Foundation. This grant will be used to support her Dean’s Assistantship this year. Sam’s research proposal was titled “Validation of Three-Dimensional Photogrammetry Models to Document Cranial Trauma”.

From the American Academy of Forensic Sciences website: Each year the Forensic Sciences Foundation (FSF) awards monies in the form of grants to members of the forensic science communities to help the investigator/researcher initiate original in-depth, problem-oriented research throughout the year. These grants are open to members and affiliates (at any level) of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. This year, the FSF Research Committee has awarded three Field Grants and seven Lucas Grants totaling $34,546.

For more information: Field and Lucas Research Grant Recipients