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Forensic Scienctist l/DNA Unit- MA

Through a formal training program, incumbents: Complete comprehensive training in current methods and techniques used to conduct chemical and biological laboratory or on-site tests including, but not limited to, analyzing biological specimens and organic and inorganic substances; preparing solutions to be used in testing; and operating laboratory equipment. Develop proficiency in applying established protocols and […]

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Young Researchers Conference

The 5th Young Researchers Conference (YRC) is being held at the University of Maryland College Park on September 29, 2018. We would like to invite undergraduate and graduate students, (especially underrepresented minorities and women), to present a poster or a short research presentation. There is a 5 dollar fee (refundable when they show up to the symposium). Hopefully we can […]

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Senior Forensic Scientist – Chemistry (Fire Debris)

Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Job number IRC33699 Position:  Senior Forensic Scientist – Chemistry (Fire Debris) Salary:   $5,455.00/Month Job Description: CHEMISTRY UNIT: Analyzes and identifies ignitable liquid residue in Fire Debris exhibits submitted by Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office and local law enforcement officers using a full range of modern analytical techniques.  Analyzes and identifies […]

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Student Program Can you believe it?  The 103rd IAI International Educational Conference is just four weeks away!  If you haven’t registered yet, there’s still time. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER NOW Join us for a full-day program designed to provide students a one-stop shop with useful information about life after you graduate.  The program will be lead […]

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Forensic Science Diploma Ceremony-Spring 2018

Take a look at our Graduates & their achievements! May-2018-Diploma-Ceremony

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DNA Analyst- Colorado

This is an excellent opportunity for a talented DNA Analyst to conduct forensic examinations of evidence submitted to the Metro Crime Lab for the purposes of identifying, collecting, and preserving samples using Forensic Serological testing methods. Essential Job Functions – the basic job duties an employee must be able to perform: Perform serological testing and analyze body […]

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IAI Conference-TX

The IAI is the world’s oldest and largest forensic science identification association. Come meet national and international delegates who work in crime scene processing, photography, collection and examination of latent print, footwear, tire track, bloodstain, biometric, and other types of impression evidence. This year, the IAI has a dedicated day-long program geared towards student attendees. You won’t want to […]

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How to Succeed in Grad School

April 20, 3:30-5:00 Harris Hall 2108 Celebrate Research Week with VCU Career Services & get your grad school questions answered by a panel of graduate students in a program for 2 or more years. Recommended for pre-graduate students.

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Public Service Weekends

PPIA Public Service Weekends The Public Policy & International Affairs (PPIA) Program, in cooperation with their graduate school partners, will offer five Public Service Weekends (PSW) during the summer of 2018 and three more in the fall of 2018. Applicants must be a citizen of the United States, a legal permanent resident, or qualify for the […]

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“The Shell Game of Addictive Drugs” by Dr. Teri Stockham

The VCU Department of Forensic Science is pleased to welcome Dr. Teri Stockham, MSFS, Ph.D. (Ph.D.’87/M) on April 10th as a guest speaker for their Graduate Seminar series.  Her talk on “The Shell Game of Addictive Drugs” will begin following a reception at 2:00pm in room 2129 of Harris Hall. Admission is free and all are […]

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