Daily Archives: March 15, 2017


2018 Call For Papers Form

The American Academy of Forensic Sciences’ (AAFS) 2018 Call For Papers Form is now available.  You may access the form from the link on the AAFS 2018 Annual Meetings – Seattle webpage; or, click on the following link to download the 2018 Call For Papers Form.


FSF Acorn and Lucas Research Grants: June 15 Deadline

The Forensic Sciences Foundation (FSF) Acorn Grants (up to and including $1,000) and Lucas Grants (up to and including $5,000) are intended to help the investigator/researcher initiate original in-depth problem-oriented research. These grants are open to members and affiliates (at any level) of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS). Each research proposal must include: […]


FSF Warren-Young Scholarship: May 1 Deadline

Purpose: This award is designed to encourage forensic science education at the middle and high school level. Scholarship Eligibility Requirements: The Warren-Young Scholarship is intended to provide funds, up to $1,500, for middle and high school teachers to purchase supplies, equipment, or reference materials to support forensic science education in teaching basic scientific principles. In […]


Thank You To Our 69th Annual Scientific Meeting Volunteers

The 2017 Annual Scientific Meeting volunteers were fantastic! Thank you to Local Arrangements Committee Chair Robert E. Barsley, DDS, JD. The support provided by the volunteers was crucial to the success of the annual meeting. The volunteers, who come from all over the world, assist AAFS Staff during events and behind the scenes (from assembling meeting bags, […]


Section Member Donald Shelton Makes the News for His Contribution to the AAFS Program

Source:  Pamela A.W. King, JD, Jurisprudence Section Secretary Retired Judge Donald Shelton’s presentation at the 2017 Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) was reported on in Forensic Magazine. Here is the link:  http://www.forensicmag.com/article/2017/02/judges-lawyers-and-scientists-why-cant-we-all-just-get-along.