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Forensic science summer programs attracting students from around the world

Rainer Overman holding a piece of paper with a shoeprint on it.

The WVU Forensic Science Summer Camps are beginning to draw an international audience. Last year the introductory camp had its first international student. The student, Rainer Overman, traveled from Morocco to take part in the week long program. He's returning to be a member of the inaugural Advanced Topics in Forensic Science Summer Camp. This year Fadak Hussain Albouri will be traveling to WVU from Saudi Arabia to participate in the introductory and advanced camp. In a few short years this program has grown by leaps and bounds. It speaks to the quality of the program, instructors, and facilities. This is a big win for everybody involved. For more information about these programs and others contact Chris Bily by email at or by phone at 304-293-9496.

For more information visit the Next Generation Forensic Science Initiative website.