Interested in developing a forensic science course in your school?
Want to learn how to set up a "crime scene"?
Need more information about forensic techniques?
CSI Lawrence Tech, designed for educators, can provide the ideas to help you develop your course work, engage your students, and teach forensic science using an integrated science approach. You will work alongside police officers and experts trained in forensic science. This hands-on workshop focuses on:
- Accident reconstruction
- Glass analysis
- Fingerprints and impressions
- Forensic entomology
- Legal issues
- Blood spatter analysis
- DNA fingerprinting
- Crime scene processing
CSI Lawrence Tech is organized by Lawrence Technological University in collaboration with Kathy Mirakovits, a Michigan educator who has launched and successfully offered this program since 2003.
The workshop will be held on the Lawrence Tech campus, July 8 - 12, 2013, 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m., and includes lunch. The cost is $275.
Participants who successfully complete CSI Lawrence Tech can earn State Continuing Education Clock Hours (SCECHs, formerly SB-CEUs) or up to three graduate credit hours. If you decide to take this workshop for graduate credit, graduate tuition fees will apply (for more information, call 248.204.3516).
For further information about CSI: Lawrence Tech or to register for the workshop, call 248.204.3516 or email email@example.com.