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Of Mummies, Mastodons and a Bear Named Muggins

by Bernard K. Means Last week, on May 22, 2018, I returned to the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery in Dayton, Ohio, and spent a few days there. I was at this family museum, which includes a small zoo, in late January of this year. On this earlier visit, I was using the recently acquired Go!Scan … Continue reading

A mix between independent study and guided research

Note from Bernard K. Means: This blog is related to a course entitled Visualizing and Exhibiting Anthropology. As you can see, students were tasked with creating an exhibit, as well as presenting a research poster at the Spring Undergraduate Research Poster Symposium. Included here is a reflective blog, a one page summary for the student’s part of … Continue reading

Adapting to changing logistical circumstances

Note from Bernard K. Means: This blog is related to a course entitled Visualizing and Exhibiting Anthropology. As you can see, students were tasked with creating an exhibit, as well as presenting a research poster at the Spring Undergraduate Research Poster Symposium. Included here is a reflective blog, a one page summary for the student’s part of … Continue reading