Jacinto Mathe presents his research on 'Bones and ecology in the southern African Rift Valley' as part of St Hugh's College's 'Spotlight on Graduate Research'
DPhil student Jacinto Mathe was invited to take part in an online event on 15th April 2021 organised by St Hugh's College, University of Oxford, to showcase some of the incredible research being undertaken by the College's DPhil students. The event, 'Spotlight on Graduate Research', saw Jacinto present on his DPhil project, ‘Bones and ecology in the southern African Rift Valley: implications for our understanding of human evolution’, alongside three of his fellow colleagues at St Hugh's. A recording of the event is available to watch on YouTube here. After introductions, Jacinto is first to present his research, followed by presentations from students working in the departments of History and Engineering Science. The talks were concluded with a live Q&A session so make sure to stay tuned until the end of the recording to learn more about the projects! You can find further details about the event and the other presenters on the St Hugh's College website.