Forensic Brown Bag Series
The Forensic Brown Bag Series consists of casual meetings over the lunch hour, approximately on the third Tuesday of every month at 1:10-2:00pm. If you are a student, faculty, or staff member interested in learning more about the work of our colleagues, bring your lunches and be a part of the group. This is also the opportunity to present your current work, or work in progress, which may include a thesis, MRP, independent research, book chapters, articles, or conference papers – for a light, casual round of comments and feedback.
If anyone wishes to workshop their research, contact email@example.com (Re: Brown Bag Series) and together we will organize a group and workshop. Dates, times, and locations may depend on the availability of the group we put together.
Previous (2019-2020) Season:
- September 24th,MN5128, 1:10-2:00pm
Hot topics in Forensic Toxicology: From Hotspots to Hotboxing
Dr. Karen Woodall, Forensic Toxicology
- October 22nd, MN5128, 1:10-2:00pm
Uncovering Killers using at-home DNA kits: Forensic Biology in the Age of Mainstream Genetic Geneaology
Dr. Nicole Novroski, Forensic Biology
- November 19th,MN5128, 1:10-2:00pm
Transgender and Gender Diverse Individuals' Risk for Violence: Implications for Forensic Anthropology
Jenna Schall, MSc. Forensic Anthropology
- January 21st, MN5128, 1:30-2:00pm
Making Choices with an Ethical Toolkit
Murray Clayton, MSc. Forensic Anthropology
- February 25th, MN5128, 1:10-2:00pm
True Crime shows and the rise of the "Citizen Detective"
Lelia Watamaniuk, PhD Candidate, McMaster University
- March 24th, MN5128, 1:10-2:00pm
Forensic Slime: reducing waste and increasing efficiency through colloidal fingerprinting methods
Leanne Byrne, HBSc. Candidate, Forensic Science Program