Sean Tallman was awarded a 2023-2024 Fulbright Award for his research in South Africa

Sean received the award for his human skeletral biology research project, “Assessing the Effects of Disadvantage and Ancestry in Skeletal Health and Forensic Medicine.” Sean is a registered professional archaeologist, a fellow in the anthropology section of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, and a forensic anthropologist with the National Disaster Medical System Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Team. His ongoing research examines human skeletal biology; sex and ancestry/population affiliation estimation; skeletal variability of sexual dimorphism and ancestry in East and Southeast Asia; human identification; population history and structure; forensic methods; CT scan data; secular change; diversity, inclusion, and mentorship in forensic anthropology; and critical race theory in biological and forensic anthropology.  Read additional details, click here.

Congratulations Sean!