Problem Solvers: The New Undergraduate Certificate in Forensic Sciences
Dean Kandi Turley Ames talks to Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Kirsten Green Mink, and student Kailey Pease about the new Undergraduate Certificate in Forensic Sciences.
Kandi Turley Ames, Dean, College of Arts and Letters
Kirsten Green Mink, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Kailey Pease, ISU Sophmore
The Undergraduate Certificate in Forensic Sciences is a multi-disciplinary certificate designed to give students an overview of the forensic sciences that comprise the American Academy of Forensic Sciences.
Professor Kirsten Green Mink talks about the creation of the Undergraduate Certificate in Forensic Sciences. Guests discuss the benefits of this new certificate for students and the community, and the potential for opening more doors for students with competitive employment in a variety of fields upon graduation.
Kailey Pease, the first officially registered student in the new program, talks about why she chose to include the certificate in her education and what she hopes to achieve professionally.
For more information, please contact Kirsten Green Mink at email@example.com, or the Department of Anthropology at 208-282-2629.Click hereto view information about the Certificate in Forensic Science.