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Dr. Thomas A. Crist

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Professor

Phone: (315) ***-****  
Email: t***@***.edu
Utica College
1600 Burrstone Road
Utica , New York 13502
United States

Company Description: Founded in 1946, Utica College is a comprehensive private institution that grants the Syracuse University baccalaureate degree and the Utica College master's and...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Treasurer
    The Haddon Heights Historical Society

Education

  • Doctorate , Biological Anthropology
    Temple University
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Web References
Portsmouth African Burial Ground | IAC - Independent Archaeological Consulting
www.iac-llc.net [cached]
In the spring of 2005, a team of forensic anthropologists, led by Dr. Marcella Sorg from the University of Maine, Orono, and Dr. Thomas Crist of Utica College, performed a full examination of the remains in an effort to determine age, sex, stature, health, and possible cause of death.
Students Sift Through Layers of History in Albania
www.nyrp-uc.org [cached]
The shade of a palm tree is an unusual place for students from Utica College to take a class, but that's where Tom Crist teaches his summer course in osteology-the study of bones. Standing at the head of a concrete picnic table recently, Crist carefully lifted a cranium-a human skull-from a plastic Ziploc bag.
"So you are meeting your first Butrint individual," Crist told the students. "This is from burial 1250 from area 19. You can see some of the orbital bone is broken away here. That is post-mortem loss.
Crist is a bones guy. He teaches forensic anthropology at Utica College, and he right after the College graduation he brought a dozen students to do field work in Albania's Butrint National Park. For the eleventh year in a row, his students from Utica College and other schools from around the country studied under that palm tree. They're were learning how to identify bones, and the markers of disease, skills that can be applied in law enforcement or working for medical examiners. But Crist said the course offers more than forensic technique.
"We could offer a course like this anywhere, even at home," he said.
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Getting out of their comfort zones, Tom Crist notes, is something the ancients had to do too.
New York Reporting Project at Utica College
www.nyrp-uc.org [cached]
The shade of a palm tree is an unusual place for students from Utica College to take a class, but that’s where Tom Crist teaches his summer course in osteologyâ€"the  study of bones.  Standing at the head of a concrete picnic table recently, Crist carefully lifted a craniumâ€"a human skullâ€"from a plastic Ziploc bag.
“So you are meeting your first Butrint individual,� Crist told the students. “This is from burial 1250 from area 19. You can see some of the orbital bone is broken away here. That is post-mortem loss. “
Crist is a bones guy. He teaches forensic anthropology at Utica College, and he right after the College graduation he brought a dozen students to do field work in Albania’s Butrint National Park. For the eleventh year in a row, his students from Utica College and other schools from around the country studied under that palm tree. They’re were learning how to identify bones, and the markers of disease, skills that can be applied in law enforcement or working for medical examiners. But Crist said the course offers more than forensic technique.
“We could offer a course like this anywhere, even at home,� he said.  “The extra benefits of coming to a place like Butrint is the opportunity to visit unusual parts of the world, for most Americans, to having skeletal remains from hundreds or thousands of years of occupation. “
...
Getting out of their comfort zones, Tom Crist notes, is something the ancients had to do too.
The shade of a palm tree ...
www.nyrp-uc.org [cached]
The shade of a palm tree is an unusual place for students from Utica College to take a class, but that's where Tom Crist teaches his summer course in osteology-the study of bones. Standing at the head of a concrete picnic table recently, Crist carefully lifted a cranium-a human skull-from a plastic Ziploc bag.
"So you are meeting your first Butrint individual," Crist told the students. "This is from burial 1250 from area 19. You can see some of the orbital bone is broken away here. That is post-mortem loss.
Crist is a bones guy. He teaches forensic anthropology at Utica College, and he right after the College graduation he brought a dozen students to do field work in Albania's Butrint National Park. For the eleventh year in a row, his students from Utica College and other schools from around the country studied under that palm tree. They're were learning how to identify bones, and the markers of disease, skills that can be applied in law enforcement or working for medical examiners. But Crist said the course offers more than forensic technique.
"We could offer a course like this anywhere, even at home," he said.
...
Getting out of their comfort zones, Tom Crist notes, is something the ancients had to do too.
The shade of a palm tree ...
www.nyrp-uc.org [cached]
The shade of a palm tree is an unusual place for students from Utica College to take a class, but that's where Tom Crist teaches his summer course in osteology-the study of bones. Standing at the head of a concrete picnic table recently, Crist carefully lifted a cranium-a human skull-from a plastic Ziploc bag.
"So you are meeting your first Butrint individual," Crist told the students. "This is from burial 1250 from area 19. You can see some of the orbital bone is broken away here. That is post-mortem loss.
Crist is a bones guy. He teaches forensic anthropology at Utica College, and he right after the College graduation he brought a dozen students to do field work in Albania's Butrint National Park. For the eleventh year in a row, his students from Utica College and other schools from around the country studied under that palm tree. They're were learning how to identify bones, and the markers of disease, skills that can be applied in law enforcement or working for medical examiners. But Crist said the course offers more than forensic technique.
"We could offer a course like this anywhere, even at home," he said.
...
Getting out of their comfort zones, Tom Crist notes, is something the ancients had to do too.
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