Bill Bass News

Bill Bass to Present ‘Zoo Man’ Huskey Lecture March 31

Bill Bass, renowned forensic anthropologist and founder of the Forensic Anthropology Center, will talk about his work on the “Zoo Man” Huskey murders of the 1990s at 7:00 p.m. Thursday, March 31, at the McClung Museum.

WBIR: UT “Body Farm” founder critical of MH17 victim recovery

WBIR-TV

WBIR-TV interviewed Bill Bass, founder of the Forensic Anthropology Center at UT, about the recovery and identification of the remains of the victims of crashed Malaysia Flight 17. Bass said time is working against the forensic experts. For more, visit WBIR-TV’s website.

UT Honoring Five Individuals for Innovation, Leadership

The Center for Educational Leadership is recognizing five individuals for contributing significantly to education through innovative work, leadership, learning, and service. The Prometheus Leadership Medal recipients are forensic anthropologist William Bass, vice provost Sarah Gardial, architect Hansjörg Göritz, President Emeritus Joe Johnson, and Lady Vols Head Coach Emeritus Pat Summitt.

KOMO-TV: 3-acre farm of decaying bodies a teaching hub for forensics

A news team from KOMO 4 TV in Seattle, Washington, recently visited UT Knoxville’s Anthropological Research Facility, also known as the ‘Body Farm.’ The team spoke with forensic anthropologist and professor emeritus William Bass and assistant coordinator Rebecca Taylor about the unique educational experience the facility offers to students.