TOURS OF THE FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY RESEARCH FACILITY
ARE NOT ALLOWED
The Forensic Anthropology Research Facility is a closed research facility, and as such there are no tours or visits allowed. Due to the sensitivity of ongoing research and the privacy concerns of body donors and their families, we do not allow access to the Forensic Anthropology Research Facility or the Osteological Research and Processing Laboratory to anyone other than faculty, enrolled Texas State forensic anthropology graduate students, approved forensic anthropology researchers, recovery workshop participants, or authorized law enforcement personnel during the course of training exercises. If you represent a school, college, university, community group, or other institution and you are interested in learning more about the Forensic Anthropology program at Texas State, we may be able to provide outreach lectures to your organization and tours of the Grady Early Forensic Anthropology Laboratory. Please contact our Forensic Anthropology Center Coordinator, Ms. Sophia Mavroudas (FACTS@txstate.edu) or the FACTS Director, Dr. Daniel Wescott (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.