Reuniting Families with Dr. Lori Baker

April 2, 2015

Dr. Lori Baker

Associate Professor of Anthropology

Founder and Director of International Consortium for Forensic Identification,

Reuniting Families Project

Just last year, the Dallas Morning News named Dr. Lori Baker a Texan of the Year finalist for her work along the U.S./Mexico border in identifying the remains of deceased immigrants in an effort to reunite them with their families. Dr. Baker has been praised for her scholarship and her humanitarian efforts both nationally and internationally and is a tremendous example of one individual using her gifts and talents to serve others. We are excited to hear from Dr. Baker as she shares more about her life’s calling and her compelling and powerful work that is truly making a difference.

When: Thursday, April 30, 2015 at Noon

Where: Barfield Drawing Room – Bill Daniel Student Center

Menu: Soup, Salad & Potato Bar; Cookies, Water & Iced Tea

Price: $6.00 registration, includes lunch (by Payroll deduction upon registration to the event)

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