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Distinguished Forensic Scientist Seminar Series

November 12th 1999

"Catching Crooks with Chemistry:
Determining Handgun Use with Organic Gunshot Residue Analysis (OGSR)"

William MacCrehan, Ph.D.

Research Chemist with the Analytical Chemistry Division of NIST and an Adjunct Professor of Forensic Sciences at George Washington University.

Friday, November 12th 1999, 3:30 PM
CP 145, University Park Campus

February 12th 1999

"Chemistry in the Crime Lab: Past, Present and Future"

Richard Saferstein, Ph.D.

Retired Chief Forensic Scientist of New Jersey State Police Lab
Dr. Saferstein has authored or edited the most widely used forensic science texts in the world including the three volume "Forensic Science Handbook" series and "Criminalistics: An Introduction to Forensic Sciences" in its 6th Edition. He received his Ph.D. in chemistry in 1970 from CUNY and is the author of more than 30 technical papers covering a variety of forensic topics.

Friday, February 12th 1999 11:00 AM
Wertheim Conservatory - WC130

January 22nd 1999

"Law and Forensic Science in the 21th Century: Essential Alliance or Reluctant Embrace?"

Carol Henderson

Professor of Law
Nova Southeastern University Law Center
J.D., George Washington University in 1980. Before she joined the Nova Southeastern University Law Center faculty in 1986, she served as an Assistant U.S. Attorney in Washington, D.C., and as a senior litigation associate in a large Miami law firm. She has been very active in forensic science and is a Fellow of the American Academy of ForensicSciences.

Friday, January 22nd 1999 1:00 PM
Wertheim Conservatory - WC130