The Science and Society Distinguished Public Talks presents "Ice Age People of America: Do Stones, Bones and Genes Tell the Same Story?" by Ted Goebel on Thursday, April 12 at 5 p.m. at University of New Mexico Continuing Education, Conference Center, room C. The event is free and open to the public.
Goebel, professor of Anthropology and First American Studies at Texas A&M; University, spent his career researching the origins of the ice age as well as the first migrants to come to the Americas over 13,000 years ago. He has worked in Siberia, Alaska and parts of North America.
The Science & Society Distinguished Public Talks series are co-sponsored by Albuquerque Section of the Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers (IEEE), Sigma Xi (the Scientific Research Society), the Department of Physics & Astronomy, College of Arts & Sciences, University Honors Program and the Division of Continuing Education.
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- Inside UNM