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Youths Learn Forensics from Tomberlin, Tarone Labs During Program

COLLEGE STATION, Texas—Grad students from Dr. Jeffery Tomberlin’s and Aaron Tarone’s labs gave students a short course in forensic and investigative sciences during the 2012 Youth Adventure Program this summer. Held during the last week of July, participants in the program are highly motivated to learn, think, and solve problems, and they typically have a strong interest in going to a college, university, and/or professional school. Each student selects one area of interest and studies only that area for an entire YAP session, getting in-depth insights into the… Read More →

Forensics Students Part of Record Number of TAMU Graduates for Spring 2012

The Forensic and Investigative Sciences (FIVS) Program and the Department of Entomology congratulate all of our students that received their degrees on Friday, May 11. This May, nine students were part of the more than 7,000 Texas A&M University students that received their diplomas during the Friday morning commencement service. Students and families were treated to a special pre-commencement breakfast celebrating their achievements in the fourth floor atrium early in the morning, as well as listened to Chancellor John Sharp speak during a special Thursday evening convocation at… Read More →