Duquesne to Host Forensic Science Exchange
Duquesne University's Forensic Science and Law Program will host the fourth annual Pennsylvania Science Student Research Exchange, an event for all of the state's accredited forensic programs.
More than 100 faculty, graduate and undergraduate students from Arcadia University, Cedar Crest College and Pennsylvania State University will gather with their Duquesne colleagues on April 11-12. Ten of Duquesne's students will be among those giving platform and poster presentations of their research.
The event will include a career fair and networking opportunities in addition to the presentations.
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