The Forensic Science Research Center (FSRC) was officially approved as a university center by President Sandeen on May 12, 2022. The FSRC is dedicated to promoting excellence in forensic science through education, collaboration, research, community engagement, and mentorship. The FSRC envisions collaborations between students and faculty to research impactful topics in the field and engage with the community and professionals. The student success-focused and inclusive Center will assist with bringing forensic science to the community to increase engagement and allow students to interact with future researchers.
The FSRC is the first of its kind in Northern California and will provide hands-on training, internships, mentorship, networking, and research opportunities. Students will have the ability to utilize and hone critical thinking skills and apply coursework knowledge to the profession. The FSRC aims to expand knowledge of and access to forensic science through community fairs, webinars, and workshops to provide the realities of the field and magnify interest in the many career opportunities available. By thoroughly preparing students for entry-level positions in forensic science and crime scene-related professions, students will have a higher likelihood of earning a position in our local community.
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