It’s about helping families heal. It’s about a team of Baylor anthropologists, forensic scientists and students working to identify the poor, the anonymous and the forgotten buried in unmarked graves along the Mexican border.
It’s about leveraging 3D scans, DNA coding and leading edge analysis to give them a name and to return them to their loved ones. It’s about a curriculum where learning is magnified by doing. Where world-class resources meet real world needs. And where the pursuit of knowledge is measured in the difference it makes in the lives of the people it touches.