Sept. 27, 2022 | FGCU is canceling all classes and non-essential campus activities
Thursday and Friday. FGCU leaders will evaluate methods for students to make up for
lost instructional time, which will likely include the use of planned study dates
as regular academic class. Please expect updates to the academic calendar once we
return to normal operations. For storm updates, visit fgcu.edu/emergencymanagement.
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Functional morphology to skeletal pathology and paleodemography and her graduate studies
focused on the evaluation of archaic hunter-gatherer remains from the subaqueous mortuary
ponds of Windover and Bay West. She has also investigated the relationship between joint surface area and long bone
diaphyseal cross-sections through her analysis of the William R. Bass Collection (University
of Tennessee–Knoxville), the Robert J. Terry Collection (Smithsonian Institution,
Washington, D.C.) and Gautier Collection (Bureau of Archaeological Research, Tallahassee,
Florida). Heather's field research has taken her to Fiji on several occasions where she has
been part of a larger study concerning ritual cannibalism and foodways in modern and