Crimes, clues and investigations will be the intriguing subjects
covered by leading forensic scientist, author and scholar Dr. Fred
Smith, when he speaks at the University of the Virgin Islands at
5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 22.
Dr. Smith will lecture on the topic, "Forensic Science and Crime in
the Caribbean," which should be of interest to a wide audience of
students, law enforcers, lawyers and others.
The first presenter in the new "Open Doors" lecture series
presented by the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, Dr.
Smith comes to the territory with an extensive background in
forensic research, publishing and court testimony. He is a
professor in the Department of Forensic Science at the University
of New Haven and is professor emeritus of the University of Alabama
at Birmingham. The editor of the highly respected "Handbook of
Forensic Drug Analysis," he has produced or contributed to more
than 90 other books and articles in his field.
The public is invited to hear this dynamic and informative expert
in two locations: Chase Auditorium on UVI's St. Thomas campus and
the Great Hall on the Albert A. Sheen Campus on St. Croix. Dr.
Smith will be speaking from St. Croix and by video-conference to
St. Thomas viewers.
For more information contact Professor Gillian Royes at (340)
692-4116 or firstname.lastname@example.org