Source: Marcus K. Rogers, PhD, Section Secretary As is usual for the fall newsletter, the focus is on membership. Our section is continuing to grow with our total number (latest stats available) now at 138. This is exceptional given our humble beginnings! The specifics of our membership are as follows: Fellows 24 Members 22 Associate […]
Source: Andrew M. Baker, MD, 2016 Annual Meeting Program Chair Can you believe it? September is upon us. By the time you read this, the summer of 2015 will be a memory. For some of our most youthful members, perhaps this means you are back at school. For others, maybe your kids are back at school. […]
The Forensic Sciences Foundation (FSF) is pleased to announce the first winner of the 2015-16 FSF Warren-Young Scholarship: Nancy Iaukea, MEd. Ms. Iaukea is a science teacher at Pahoa High and Intermediate on the Big Island of Hawaii. She teaches grades 7-12 in a community that has faced many challenges due to lack of infrastructure, public transportation, […]
Source: Julie A. Howe, MBA, 2016 Annual Meeting Program Co-Chair This is an exciting and challenging time for forensic science as substantive changes are being proposed for all disciplines with the formation of the National Commission on Forensic Science (NCFS) and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Organization of Scientific Area Committees (OSACs). […]
Photos taken during the 67th Annual Scientific meeting in Orlando, FL. Interdisciplinary Symposium Young Forensic Scientists Forum Registration Pre-Plenary – Academy Cup Competition Plenary Session Annual Business Meeting Annual Meeting Pictures In addition to the educational component, attendees have the opportunity to gather during the 2015 Annual Scientific Meeting.
AAFS President Victor Weedn announced the 2016 Annual Program Committee for the 68th Annual Scientific Meeting in Las Vegas, NV. The Program Committee Chairs and Co-Chairs are: Program: Andrew M. Baker, MD (612) 215-6312 firstname.lastname@example.org Julie A. Howe, MBA (314) 977-8707 email@example.com Luncheon Seminars: Jeffery K. Tomberlin, PhD (979) 845-9718 firstname.lastname@example.org Gregory G. Davis, MD […]
Tuesday — February 17 S1 8:30 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. Interdisciplinary Symposium — Past Presidents — Future Science: Hot Leads in Contemporary Forensic Research Chair: Elizabeth A. Murray, PhD; Co-Chair: Jeri D. Ropero-Miller, PhD S2 8:30 a.m. – 4:45 p.m. Young Forensic Scientists Forum — YFSF 20th Anniversary: The Past, the Present, and Our Future […]
“It takes a village to raise a child.” If you have a child, you may have heard this proverb before. If you have children, you are probably thankful for the village or community that is there to lend a hand because an entire community often participates in the task of raising children. I can attest […]