Thursday, December 09, 2010 - Teresa E. Steele: The Evolution of Human Diet

Cool - Teresa Steele is an assistant professor in the Department of Anthropoplogy at the University of California, Davis. Steele's research focuses on the emergence of the earliest people who were behaviorally, culturally, and anatomically modern.
Human Evolution: Investigating Our Origins

Science is always evolving. New discoveries shape our current understanding of human evolutionary milestones such as bipedalism, the use of tools, dietary adaptation, changing body shapes and sizes, and life historys.

Join us to reflect on the roots of humanity as we explore key early hominin adaptations and their evolution through time. Speakers include: Zeray Alemseged, Adrienne Zihlman, Tanya Smith and Teresa Steele.

[NOTE: Only Steele is in this segment.]

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