Faculty receives grant for archaeobotanical analysis
Dr. Neal Lopinot, director of the Center for Archeological Research, received a grant of $12,433.40 from the Missouri Department of Transportation for his proposal “CAR-1487-90 Archaeobotanical Analysis, Hoing Site, Mallincrodt Site, Sohn Site and 23MA1230 Site.”
The project for the four-site archaeobotanical analysis was developed in contract with the Missouri Department of Transportation, Highway and Transportation Commission, the Federal Highway Administration and Missouri State University.
For more information, contact Lopinot at (417) 836-5363.
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