Students, Interns, and Volunteers
Current FAC Graduate Assistants (2012-2013):
- Beatrix Dudzik
- Alice Fazlollah
- Yangseung Jeong
- Jieun Kim
- Heli Maijanen
- Kelly Sauerwein
- Jake Smith
- Sean Tallman
The Forensic Anthropology Center provides volunteer and unpaid internship opportunities to UT undergraduate and graduate students throughout the year. There are non-UT student internships throughout the summer months. Refer to Frequently Asked Questions for more information.
Interns - UT Students
Interns assist FAC staff with a variety of duties. Internships for UT students will receive college credit each semester they work for the FAC. Please complete the Registration Application and contact Dr. Lee Meadows Jantz (email@example.com) for further information.
Interns - Non-UT Students
The Forensic Anthropology Center is pleased to offer unpaid, non-credit summer internships for non-UT students. These opportunities depend upon the number of UT interns and may not always be available. All Interns must enroll in our Field Methods Course prior to working as an Intern. Interns will be expected to reside in the Knoxville area throughout the duration of the program (minimally, May 28 – June 28, 2013). Length of individual internships will vary based on positions available with the FAC and the individual needs of the intern. Interns will assist with the body donation program, the FAC's professional development courses, and specific projects outlined by the FAC. Interns may also be assigned case work. An independent research topic or project to complete while at The University of Tennessee is also highly encouraged. Download the Registration Application. The application deadline is March 1, 2013. Contact Dr. Dawnie Steadman (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further information.
Volunteers - UT Students
If you would like to become a volunteer with the Forensic Anthropology Center please download the Registration Application and return the completed application to Alice Fazlollah's mailbox in SSH250 or the Osteology Lab SSH151.
Have you gotten a Forensic Anthropology Center t-shirt yet? If not, please contact Dr. Lee Meadows Jantz (email@example.com).