FNSSI Director Kathleen Corrado appeared on the Criminology Academy podcast and Corri Zoli was interviewed by Syracuse-area television station NewsChannel 9.
Students in the College of Arts and Sciences’ Advanced Crime Scene Investigation class gain valuable hands-on skills to prepare them for a career in forensics.
Forensics Professors Share Lessons Learned from Syracuse University’s ICCAE Diversity Initiative at Rockefeller Institute Government Forum
Corri Zoli and Michael Marciano presented the successes of the ICCAE to fellow researchers, practitioners, and policymakers in New York State at the Rockefeller Institute of Government forum.
The board is responsible for reviewing appeals of civilian complaints regarding DPS officer conduct.
Kathleen Corrado has been named to Virginia’s Scientific Advisory Committee.
A patent was recently issued to Syracuse University for an invention by Michael Marciano and Jonathan Adelman.
Vandepoele, a biochemistry and forensic science major, was recently profiled by the International Symposium on Human Identification.
FNSSI Adjunct Professor Brian Ehret recipient of Onondaga County Sheriff's Special Recognition Award
FNSSI Adjunct Professor Brian Ehret, Chief Forensic Investigator for Onondaga County, receives Onondaga County Sheriff's Special Recognition Award.