Author Archives: Rob Williams

Students Receive Forensic Technician Certificates during Latent Print Class

BRYAN, Texas—Eight students received their Forensic Technician certificates during the final portion of the Latent Print Processing course that took place at the RELLIS Campus in Bryan on May 19. Students Maximilian Kirking, Jeremy Arnold, Jack Peabody, Michelle Jonika, Abby Jones, Ava Moyer, Milagros Pacchioni, and Katelyn McLeod received the certificates after successfully completing the Latent Print Processing and the Crime Scene Investigation mini-courses this spring. During the weeklong course, the students learned how to properly process fingerprints from crime scenes by using professional techniques. Some of the… Read More →

Forensics Students Among 10,000 Graduating During Spring Graduation

Congratulations to the 21 students in the Forensic and Investigative Sciences Program as they joined more than 10,000 Aggies during spring graduation this May. The students were part of thousands of other students in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences during the 9am commencement ceremony at Reed Arena on Friday, May 12. Congratulations to all that graduated and good luck in your futures!! Arevalo, Jasmin Rae Forensic and Investigative Sciences-Science Emphasis Bickham, Caleb Barringon Forensic and Investigative Sciences-Law Emphasis Gilliam, Molly Rose Forensic and Investigative Sciences-Science Emphasis… Read More →

Forensics Students Receive Scholarships and Awards During Recognition Reception

COLLEGE STATION, Texas—Several Forensic and Investigative Sciences students received scholarships and recognized for their activities this academic year during the Department of Entomology’s special Undergraduate Recognition reception on Wednesday, May 3. After the welcome, guest speaker Dr. Jeffery Tomberlin said a few words of encouragement to the graduating seniors during the keynote address and junior Forensic and Investigative Sciences major Tammy Starr updated everyone on the highlights from various activities the Aggie Forensic and Investigative Sciences Organization had done this past academic year. Dr. Pete Teel then announced… Read More →