The following people currently serve on the committee for The British Association for Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology.
Student Representative (3 years)
After graduating in 2013 from the University of Reading with a BA in archaeology, Emily did her MSc in Forensic Osteology at Bournemouth University. She then spent a year working in the commercial sector for Cotswold Archaeology. In 2015 Emily started her PhD that is partnered between at Reading and Bristol University. Her research involves examining the transition of cremation practices in Late Iron Age and Early Roman south-east Britain. A long side her research, Emily is also a Student Demonstrator in undergraduate osteology modules and a Student Mentor for Reading University's OCC 'Archaeology: From Dig to lab and beyond'.
The student representative is responsible for ensuring the interests of BABAO’s student community are represented in our organisation and making their opinions and suggestions known during the committee meetings. The student rep is a port of call for students with questions about our community. Furthermore, the representative administers the Facebook group, which provides a platform of communication between the student members.