Bioarchaeology Grad Student Wins Top Honors
First place honors in the Social Sciences category at the Graduate Student Research Symposium were awarded to Adrianne Offenbecker for her poster presentation, Examining the Role of Environmental Stress in the Etiology of Skeletal Defects.
Offenbecker is pursuing her Master’s in Anthropology at NC State, with a concentration in bioarchaeology. She says she chose NC State for her graduate work because she “. . . was extremely impressed by the faculty of the anthropology program.” The program also has great laboratories that Offenbecker says are conducive to both teaching and research.
Read more about this outstanding CHASS graduate student and her research.