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About FIRE

MTSU established the Forensic Institute for Research and Education (FIRE) in summer 2006. The institute brings together faculty and students in several scientific specialties to provide exceptional educational and training opportunities for law enforcement, medical examiners, coroners, attorneys, social workers, and other groups in forensic science and Homeland Security. FIRE also fosters research collaboration and grant development among faculty.

All mailed correspondence should be directed to:

FIRE
Box 89
MTSU
Murfreesboro TN 37132

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Please consider donating to FIRE

To establish a new scholarship or for more information about supporting the Forensic Institute for Research and Development, please contact: Meredith Kerr, Development Director, College of Liberal Arts, Middle Tennessee State University, MTSU P.O. Box 109, Murfreesboro, Tennessee 37132. (615) 898-5223.

To make a gift online, click on Donate to MTSU. We accept MasterCard, VISA and American Express. When you visit the link you are given a chance to make a "Gift Designation." Please check select the funds for your gift, select other in the box that will appear, and type in your fund preference (Forensic Institute for Research and Education Fund) in Other Giving Preference/Additional Comments box. Then finish filling in the information and click next at the bottom.

On behalf of FIRE, we sincerely thank you for your generous donation.

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Questions? Email us at fire@mtsu.edu.

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