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About Capstone Reflections

The purpose of the Capstone reflection is to identify the  “SO WHAT?” So what did you learn during the Capstone? Whom does it affect? How might it be useful? How did your experience connect to your academic work? How did you grow intellectually and/or personally? Since the Capstone was a highly individual experience, the students reflections will also be unique; addressing those specific expectations, problems, skills learned and transformational experiences.

Training Events – 2018

Moot Court Training, DNA Solutions, March 16

FS Workshop for Nation Conference on Undergrad Research, April 4-7

Seminar on Discovery and Evidence for DEA and ATF with WDOK, May 9

Workshop on LC/MS for OSBI, Tulsa PD and OKC PD, May 14

Training Events – 2015

Implementing and Evaluating 3D Technology in a 2D World, Orlando, February 16

Dr. Jane Homeyer, Deputy Associate Director, National Intelligence, “Ethics, Doing the Little Things Right”, April 3

Behavorial Aspects of Child Abductions, Missouri, April 14

Training Events – 2012

Research in Forensic Laboratories, OSBI Consortium, January 20, 2012

Toolmark Identification, Feb 7-8, 2012

International Workshop: Radiological Crime Scenes (IAEA) Canberra, Mar 19-23

Training Events – 2011

2/24 Mike Wieners, FBI Laboratory – Fingerprint misidentification in the Madrid Train Bombing

3/10 Erin Henry, OSBI Forensic Science Services – Quality Assurance in Crime Laboratories

Dr. Ken Goddard, Director, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Forensics Laboratory, Ashland, Oregon
3/21 7:00 – 8:40pm “Wildlife Forensics” FSI Room 106
3/22 2:30 – 3:45pm “Underwater Forensics” FSI Room 106

4/7 Cindy Cunningham, Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics – Testifying in Court as an Expert Witness

4/21 Dr. Max Houck, West Virginia University – “What is ‘Forensic’? What is ‘Science’?”

Familial DNA Searching to Solve Unsolved Crimes
Rock Harmon, former Alameda County DA, Oakland, CA
Tuesday, September 27

Training Events – 2010

Case Assessment and Interpretation, January 21, 2010  – This workshop, for police investigators, forensic scientists, legal professionals and others in law enforcement presented a high level overview of the concept of Case Assessment and Interpretation (CAI) and demonstrated how CAI could deliver benefit to the law enforcement and judicial system. CAI is a methodology to provide cost-effective forensic services, improve casework response times, and maximize evidential value. The workshop outlined the challenges of implementation and show how CAI is used in practice by investigators and scientists. The workshop will be delivered by leading CAI experts currently with the United Kingdom’s Forensic Science Service, supported by representatives from United Kingdom policing and United Kingdom Government.