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"Directed Readings/Research" Participants:
Bill Brennan, James Kwiatt and Jaime Ullinger.
William Brennan(BA, Anthropology, University of Notre Dame, 1999;  currently attending Dental School).  Bill  studyied the biomechanics of kneeling.  He continued in the Spring 1999 in "Directed Research" on a joint analysis of non-metric dental traits.  He traveled to Jerusalem in the Summer 1999 to further this research.  He received funding from Notre Dame's Undergraduate Research Opportunites Program.

James Kwiatt(currently a senior in Biological Sciences at the University of Notre Dame) kwiatt.1@nd.edu  Jim (center) conducted collaborative research on non-metric dental traits using dental casts for the St. Stephen's collection.  He received funding for his collaborative project from Notre Dame's Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program.

Jennifer Richtsmeier (BA, Anthropology, University of Notre Dame, 1997; MA, Anthropology, University of Colorado, 1998; plans to attend Vetrinary School in 2000)  jennifer.richtsmeier@colorado.edu Jenny was the first student to work on the Byzantine St. Stephen's project.  She spent two summers helping exhume and process the remains.  She studied analyzed childhood health indicators for her "Directed Research" study, and received funding from Sigma Xi, and the 2 awards from the University of Notre Dame's Undergraduate Research Opportunites Program. 

Jenny is pictured to the left with Kristin Carey with whom she received one of her UROP grants.

Rebeccah Sanders  (BA, Anthropology, University of Notre Dame, 1997; Fulbright Fellow, 1997-98; currently a graduate student in Environmental Studies at the University of Georgia).  Rebeccah studied dental defects, which she continued for "Directed Research", and subsequently traveled to Jerusalem for two summers.  She received funding from Notre Dame's Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program, and later a Fulbright Fellowship for 1998-99.

Jaime Ullinger (BA, Anthropology, University of Notre Dame, 1999;  currently a Bioarchaeology graduate student at Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ).  jaime.ullinger@asu.edu. Jaime began her work with the project by helping organize the library holdings and acquire new materials.  She continued in the Spring 1999 in a collaborative "Directed Research" project on pilgrimage, and then in the summer 1999 in Jerusalem.  She received funding from Notre Dame's Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program.
 

**  William Brennan, Jennifer Richtsmeier, Rebeccah Sanders, and Jaime Ullinger appear in the "Jerusalem Fieldwork Participants" section.

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Project Assistants:
Daniel Evans (BA,Biological Sciences, University of Notre Dame, 1996; currently in medical school at the University of Illinois-Chicago).  Dan helped process the early data collection related to the skeletal inventory and preliminary metric analysis.  (left)

Nathaniel Marx(Anthropology senior, University of Notre Dame).   Nathaniel (pictured left) is helping catalogue photos from the summer 1999 field season and organize the library holdings.  (on camel, right)

Elizabeth Moriarty(BA, Anthropology, University of Notre Dame, 1999).   Liz helped catalogue the osteology photo archive, process the metric data, and organize the project library.

Jaime Ullinger (BA, Anthropology, University of Notre Dame, 1999;  currently a Bioarchaeology graduate student at Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ).  jaime.ullinger@asu.edu. Jaime began her work with the project by helping organize the library holdings and acquire new materials.  She continued in the Spring 1999 in a collaborative "Directed Research" project on pilgrimage, and then in the summer 1999 in Jerusalem.  She received funding from Notre Dame's Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program.
 

**  Jaime Ullinger  appears in the  "Jerusalem Fieldwork Participants" section.

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