March 23, 2019
On March 23rd, 2019 the Forensic Science Student Organization (FSSO) at Cedar Crest College will hold the 17th Annual Forensic Science Symposium.
If you have questions regarding the event, please contact Janine Kishbaugh in the Forensic Science Program at 610-606-4666 ext 3643.
Online registration is now closed. To register for the symposium please report to Alumnae Hall at 9:30 a.m. to register prior to the 10 a.m. start.
The annual Forensic Science Symposium at Cedar Crest has been organized and led by our forensic science students-particularly those involved in the Forensic Science Student Organization (FSSO)-since the inaugural event in 2002. The symposium, which is open to anyone with an interest in forensic science, includes presentations by regional and national experts, as well as our forensic science alumnae.
Registration and Refreshments
Larry Quarino, Ph.D.
Forensic Science Program Cedar Crest College
Murder at the Manor
Ted R. Schwartz, M.S.F.S.
Westchester County Forensic Laboratory
Partial Match in NY State CODIS Database
Helps Solve 20 year old Homicides
Robert Baumann, M.S.
Suffolk County Crime Laboratory
Applications in Forensic Anthropology
Anna W. Delaney
New Jersey State Police Office of Forensic Science
New Insights on the Trial of the Century:
Forensic Science in The State of
New Jersey v. Bruno Richard Hauptmann (1935)
John M. Butler, Ph.D.
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Holly Ann Cernobyl Case
Sergeant Jason Troutman & Trooper Barton Josefowicz
Pennsylvania State Police
Interoperability Between Agencies with
Chemical Suicide Case
Eric Minnich, D-ABMDI
Lehigh County Coroner’s Office and Forensics Center
The FBI Laboratory’s Cryptanalysis and Racketeering
Taylor Grazulewicz, M.S.F.S
Federal Bureau of Investigation Forensic Laboratory