2020 WVU Forensic Science Camp
What: The Department of Forensic and Investigative Sciences, will be hosting a forensic science summer camp for high school (9th –12th grade) students for one week this summer. The goal of this program is to bring the crime lab to the classroom. Through hands-on, experiential learning, participants will acquire the practical knowledge and skills that forensic scientists employ in their day to day casework. At the conclusion of the week,participants will take their newly acquired knowledge and skills and apply them to a mock crime scene at the WVU Crime Scene Complex.
Topics to be covered in these classes will be:
· Footwear Impression Evidence
· Trace Evidence
· Forensic Biology
· Bloodstain Pattern Analysis
· Forensic DNA
· Forensic Chemistry
· Crime Scene Investigation
Where: The first 3 days of camp will be held at Oglebay Hall on the downtown campus. The last 2 days of camp will be held at the Crime Scene Complex on the Evansdale Campus.
Time: Camp will begin each day at 9:00 AM and Conclude at 4:00 PM each day.
Option 1: Day Camp—$349.00 per person. Included in the cost will be lunch each day, a t-shirt, and a certificate of attendance.
Option 2: Overnight Camp—$899.00 per person. Included in the cost will be transportation to and from the airport, 6 nights supervised lodging, evening activities, breakfast, lunch, and dinner each day, a t-shirt, and a certificate of attendance. This does not include airfare or any other transportation costs other than what has been described.
Registration: Registration will be on a first come first serve basis. Camp will be limited to 50 total students. Further registration information coming soon!
Contact: Roger Jefferys