alumna Marilyn Miller visits chemistry department,
lectures on forensic science
(March 20, 2003) - The Florida Southern chemistry department, with
support from the FSC Alumni Association, will hold a lecture featuring
1977 graduate Marilyn Tebbs Miller. The lecture, titled "Forensic
Science is Not TV's 'CSI,'" takes place March 26 at 4:30 p.m.
in Polk County Science Building, Dr. James M. Marlowe Lecture Hall,
Room 152. The public is welcome to attend.
Miller has taught
at the University of New Haven, Conn. since 1996. Currently, she
is an assistant professor and coordinator of the Undergraduate Forensic
Science Program. Marilyn is a full member of the Criminalistics
section of the American Academy of Forensic Science, the Southern
Association of Forensic Scientists, and the American Chemical Society.
As a post-secondary educator she teaches a wide variety of forensic
science and crime scene investigation classes to both forensic science
and criminal justice majors at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
For over fifteen
years she worked as a supervisor and forensic scientist for law
enforcement agencies in North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Florida.
She has testified over 350 times in county, state, and federal courts
of law as an expert witness in the field of forensic sciences and
crime scene reconstruction. In addition to expertise in forensic
science, other areas of emphasis are scientific crime scene investigation
and reconstruction and bloodstain pattern analysis.
a master's degree in forensic chemistry from the University of Pittsburgh.
March 10, she successfully defended her dissertation for a doctorate
in education from Johnson & Wales University.
information, please contact Dr. Carmen Gauthier, chemistry professor,
at 863-680-4320 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Florida Southern is a four-year, private, co-educational liberal
arts college affiliated with the United Methodist Church. The college
offers more than 40 undergraduate majors and a master of business
administration degree accredited by the Commission on Colleges of
the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Located in Lakeland,
Fla., the college is home to the largest, single-site collection
of Frank Lloyd Wright architecture in the world.