Symposium in Biological Anthropology and Archeology University of Bordeaux
The learning objectives of the course are: - Introduction to research in biological anthropology and archeologyfrom the design of a scientific project to the production of outreachmaterials - Development of teamwork skills in the organization of a scientificevent - Construction of a relevant bibliography - Writing and reviewing of a communication abstract - Scientific conference: preparation of a poster and presentation,networking with scientists from the same and related fields.
- Basic knowledge in biological anthropology and archeology (asdelivered during the first semester of Biogeosciences) - Good level of English
- Poster design and content (50%) - 15-minute oral presentation (50%)
Students are responsible for the organization of a poster symposiumbased on an important research topic within the domain of biologicalanthropology and/or archeology. The students form the organizationaland scientific committees of the symposium and interact withscientists in the preparation of their poster/presentation at theevent.
- Face-to-face teaching with course coordinators - Email and face-to-face contact with scientific referees - Half-day poster symposium welcoming members of the PACEA laboratory [http://www.pacea.u-bordeaux1.fr/]
Online Course Requirement
Maximum number of students: 36Language of instruction: EnglishMode of delivery: Face-to-face teaching
Site for Inquiry
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