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Forensic and Investigative Science Club

Founded in 2001, the Forensic Science Club is a recognized West Virginia University student organization. If you have questions or ideas for the club, feel free to contact us.

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Ming Hsieh Distinguished Professor of Forensic and Investigative Science: Dr. Jackson, April 6th Guest Speaker

Recent News
  • The third FIS Club meeting for the Spring 2022 semester will be on Wednesday, April 6th. Our guest speaker is Glen P. Jackson, Ph.D.; a Ming-Hsieh Distinguished Professor of Forensic and Investigative Science here at WVU! Due to room bookings throughout the semester, meeting TIME is now 5:30 PM and meeting ROOM is MHH G21. Check-out more information on the guest speaker HERE.
  • Right after our third club meeting for the Spring 2022 semester, the FIS Club will be hosting elections for the next academic year. If you are interested in running, be sure to check your email for more information.
  • The FIS Club will be attending Decide WVU Day for current high school seniors admitted to WVU on March 26th and April 9th. Anyone interested in community service hours, be sure to attend! 
What to Expect
This year is going to be filled with great speakers at meetings, fun club activities and various ways to get involved. Be sure to explore some of the other pages on our website to find out more about membership and the club as a whole!

Check out our WVU FIS video to learn more about what this incredible forensic science program has to offer and the multitude of opportunities it provides. 

For all general information, please contact WVU FIS Officers at wvufisclub@gmail.com