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SVC GRAD TALKS ABOUT FORENSIC SCIENCE CAREERS

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Posted: Thursday Jan 26, 2012

January 26, 2012

Jeff Fumea, third from right, a forensics DNA scientist supervisor with the Pennsylvania State Police Crime Laboratory in Greensburg, talked with Saint Vincent College biology and chemistry majors on January 25 about career opportunities in forensic science. Among those who attended the presentation sponsored by the Office of Career Services were, from left, Louis Fries, Lauren Kurtz, Danielle Wiltrout, Emily Amond, Anita Vescovi, Ryan Wall, Mike Tedesco and (seated) Christie Cyktor. Mr. Fumea graduated from Saint Vincent College in 1991 with a bachelor of arts degree in chemistry.

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