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The WVU forensic and investigative science program is dedicated to training the next generation of forensic science leaders and conducting innovative research that will continue to improve the administration of justice across the nation. The Department of Forensic and Investigative Science will celebrate its 20th anniversary on April 25.

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Andrea Bebell      

Andrea Bebell,
Department of Forensic and Investigative Science

Allen Burns      

Allen Burns,
C. Eugene Bennett Department of Chemistry

Selena Engebretson      

Selena Engebretson,
Department of Psychology

Chris Ramezan      

Chris Ramezan,
Office of the Dean

Eberly College Commencement

The Eberly College will hold two commencement ceremonies on Sunday, May 13, 2018: one for graduate students at 12:30 p.m. and one for undergraduate students at 4 p.m.  There is no limit on the number of guests a graduate may invite to the ceremony, and no tickets are required for admission. Students are asked to register for commencement by May 4. 

WVU student researching effects of reproductive politics on West Virginia women

West Virginia University junior Ashley Brash is researching the effects of reproductive politics on women in West Virginia.


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