My name is Sarah Schwing, I am a Master’s student of Anthropology here at UT. I graduated magna cum laude from the University of Florida in 2017 with dual degrees in Anthropology and Psychology - with a specialization in Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience. As an undergrad, I spent five semesters volunteering at the C.A. Pound Human Identification Laboratory, the University of Florida’s forensic anthropology laboratory. Additionally, during my time at UF, I completed a senior thesis on the utility of eight nonmetric traits of the human mandible in ancestry estimation and presented this research at the 70th annual meeting of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences in Seattle, WA in 2018. As a Master’s student, my interests lie in human skeletal biology, bioarchaeology, and forensic anthropology, with particular interests in human variation and ancestry estimation.