The 2015 Cyber Summit will be held in the MTSU Student Union Ballroom on May 5 and will address identity theft prevention, causes, and deterrents with scheduled presentations from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Presidio, LBMC, Stroz Friedberg, and the National Institute of Standards and Technology. .7 CEUs and 7 CPEs will be available as well ($10 processing fee to MTSU). Register here. This event is free and open to the public.
Thank you to our sponsors Presidio, LBMC, Stroz Friedberg, and Vaco Risk Solutions.
May 11-15, 2015
Normal tuition fees for MTSU students as credit, $600 for all others
This weeklong hands-on course in skeletal recovery is open to both students for credit and to the general public. Participants will use technology to recover human remains, determine basic time since death, and utilize local resources needed in recovery. This unique course is offered with two tracks: for MTSU students and the general public. CEUs are available, POST certification is pending. Register here.
MTSU students should register for this course just as you would for an MTSU course (Topics in Anthropology, ANTH 3710). This course will count towards a Forensic Anthropology minor (click here for more information).
This on site course with one of the nation's leading experts in blood pattern analysis, Paulette Sutton, MS, MT (ASCP), CLS, will be held at MTSU on July 13-17. Co-author of the book Principles of Bloodstain Pattern Analysis, Ms. Sutton retired from the Shelby County Medical Examiner’s Office and the University of Tennessee, Memphis in 2006. At retirement, she was the Director of Investigations and the Assistant Director of Forensic Services for the Division of Forensic Pathology.
Since retirement, she has continued to teach Bloodstain Pattern Analysis and to consult with investigators, attorneys and pathologists from numerous states, as well as the federal government. She has been qualified as an expert in the fields of forensic serology, bloodstain pattern analysis, and crime scene reconstruction in a number of states and federal courts.
She was a member of the Scientific Working Group on Bloodstain Pattern Analysis (SWGSTAIN) and is a member of the Forensic Science Editorial Review board for CRC Press. Honors include the position of Distinguished Member of the International Association of Bloodstain Pattern Analysts Association, Lecturer of Merit Award and Distinguished Faculty Award from the National College of District Attorney, and the Outstanding Service Award from the FBI.
The course is open to all those interested in blood pattern analysis such as educators, forensic science students, crime scene investigators, and law enforcement. This course is POST approved for 40 hours; space is limited. This course will meet the class requirement for an IAI BPA certification (pending approval). Register here.
Mental Health Requirement: POST approved for 1 hour
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