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Oglebay Hall is the home of the Department of Forensic and Investigative Science at West Virginia University. The building was fully renovated in 2007 and houses the faculty offices as well as the 18,000 square feet of teaching and research laboratories dedicated to undergraduate and graduate students in the program. 

Teaching and research laboratories for the following disciplines are located in Oglebay Hall: microscopy, forensic chemistry, latent prints, footwear impression, ballistic and tool marks, questioned documents, DNA, spectral electron microscope (SEM), and trace evidence.

Any faculty, staff, or students with a work or maintenance request can submit that request here.