Dr. Alison Galloway firstname.lastname@example.org
(Ph.D. 1988 University of Arizona) is a Professor of Anthropology at the University of California, Santa Cruz and the primary investigator of FOIL. With 25 years experience in the field of forensic anthropology, she teaches in this area at the undergraduate and graduate levels. She has handled cases from Arizona and Tennessee before coming to California. Currently, her casework draws from the central coast of California, along with its Central Valley and extreme north. She is board certified by the American Board of Forensic Anthropology, a fellow of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences and an associate member of IAI.
In addition to the introductory course for physical anthropology, her courses include Human Skeletal Biology (ANTH 102), Forensic Anthropology (ANTH 103), Human Adaptability (ANTH 104) and Physical Anthropology Practice (ANTH 108). Senior seminars are offered in Reproduction and Human Evolution and in the History of Race Theory in Physical Anthropology. She was a winner of the Excellence in Teaching Award for UCSC in 1994 and was a Sigma Xi Distinguished Lecturer in 2003-2005.
Alison Galloway's Curriculum Vitae