Exploring Other Disciplines

Graduate Student, Clarissa Cagnato, Shares Research at WU's Graduate Research Symposium

Photo: Microscope photography: carbonized corn cob from the French colonial period in New Orleans, LA

More than 60 students presented research during Washington University's 17th annual Graduate Research Symposium held in the Laboratory Sciences Building.  Clarissa Cagnato, a PhD student in the Department of Anthropology in Arts & Sciences, presented her research, titled “Starch-Grain Analysis and Paleoethnobotany: A Microscopic Approach to Reconstructing Ancient Diets”.  To read the full Record article, click here