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About Amelia Hubbard

Dr. Amelia (Amy) is a biological anthropologist with interests in dental (teeth) and genetic (DNA) variation to interpret patterns of population movement, interaction, and exchange in past populations. Her research encompasses both biological anthropology and teaching pedagogy. Amy has been a leader in adapting her large general education course to the “SCALE-UP” format and uses audience response technology, interactive and inventive lab assignments, and other means to keep students engaged in the course material. Outside of the classroom, she involves undergraduate students in her professional projects and has taken students to present at professional conferences, both locally and nationally. Amy joined the Department of Sociology and Anthropology in Fall of 2012, and she enjoys both her students' enthusiasm for learning and the diversity of backgrounds and perspectives that they bring to her classroom.    

Positions

Present Associate Professor, Wright State University Sociology and Anthropology
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Courses

  • NEW: Death and Dying
  • ATH 4310: Bioarchaeology
  • ATH 3110: Forensic Anthropology
  • ATH 3730: Methods in Human Osteology
  • ATH 3320: Human Variation and Adaptation
  • ATH 3310: Human Evolution
  • ATH 2100: Intro to Biological Anthropology

Education

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2006 - 2012 PhD, Ohio State University - Main Campus ‐ Anthropology
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2004 - 2006 MA, Ohio State University - Main Campus ‐ Anthropology
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1998 - 2002 BA (with Honors), Beloit College ‐ Anthropology
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Contact Information

Millett Hall 270
3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy
Dayton, OH 45435-0001

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Book Chapters (1)