Daniel J. Proctor
Campus Address: Classroom Building B101
Ph.D., University of Iowa, 2010
Dr. Proctor joined the Department of Anthropology in Fall 2012. He is a physical anthropologist with research interests that include the origins of bipedalism, human osteology, functional morphology, and geometric morphometrics. Dr. Proctor has contributed to the field's increasingly complex view of early hominin locomotion. His current research is concerned with the evolution of the human foot, and how different hominin lineages may have evolved divergent morphologies to accommodate habitual bipedalism.
Dr. Proctor serves as the Internship Coordinator for the Department of Anthropology.
Dr. Proctor teaches:
- ANT 100 Human Origins
- ANT 325 Forensic Anthropology
- ANT 326 Human Fossil Record
- ANT 389 Human Variation
- ANT 418 Seminar in Physical Anthropology
- ANT 488 Internship in Anthropology