Graduate Student, Department of Anthropology
B.A. in Anthropology, West Chester University, Pennsylvania
Osteology; Paleoanthropology; Hominin Diversity
Alex received his BA from West Chester University of Pennsylvania with a focus on biological anthropology and archaeology. He has worked on a few archaeology sites both in an academic and a Cultural Resource Management (CRM) capacity. His current research interest is in hominin diversity during the Plio-Pleistocene. The thought of multiple hominin species running around Africa and later Eurasia warm the cockles of his heart. Originally Alex is from Romania, to be more specific Transylvania, and no, he does not sleep in a coffin, he does not drink blood, and yes he can turn into a bat, but only if no one is looking. In his free time, he likes to read sci-fi, peruse his Steam library, and play D&D among other RPG systems.