The Forensic Science Club of Keystone College is an academic club established in 2004. Since 2004, the club has quickly become one of the largest and fastest growing student groups on campus with over 45 registered members!
The primary purpose is to provide student members with the opportunity to participate in activities pertaining to science and law in order to help prepare for a career in forensic science.
The Club is active in numerous activities and events on campus and in the broader community. This year, an award will be presented to an Outstanding Forensic Science Student based on his/her dedication to the club and participation in club-sponsored events. The $400 award was made possible by a live community auction sponsored by the club in October.
All Keystone College students are welcome to become members of the Forensic Science Club regardless of major.
Symposium of Undergraduate Research in Forensic Science
The biggest event of the year for Forensic Science Club members is the Symposium of Undergraduate Research in Forensic Science.
The purpose of the symposium is to bring together students, faculty, and other experts in forensic science and provide a forum for showcasing undergraduate student work from around the country.
Undergraduate students are encouraged to submit and present original research in a smaller, less intimidating setting than most professional conference venues. Networking among undergraduates and faculty from different schools is also encouraged.
Information on Keystone College's Bachelor of Science Concentration in Forensic Biology:
Keystone College Forensic Science Biology Program
Contact InformationTammy Barrette