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AAFS General Section Fellow Winnie Furnari, MS, was awarded the 2022 Esther Wilkins Lifetime Achievement Award by Dimensions of Dental Hygiene, the Journal of Professional Excellence.
If you would like to serve as a moderator for the Odontology Section's Scientific Program at the AAFS 75th Anniversary Conference in Orlando, please Section Program Chair Phyllis Ho
The Anthropology Section is seeking volunteers to serve as moderators at the AAFS 75th Anniversary Conference in Orlando
Teachers from around the United States recently convened to explore new ways to engage their students in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) learning through the lens of forensic science at the conference, hosted June 27-29, through a collaboration between NJIT
I hope you are getting excited about the 75th Anniversary Conference in Orlando, FL. We are looking forward to strong scientific content. In an effort to provide increased free content, we are replacing the Breakfast Seminars with early morning Case Breaks.
The AAFS Board of Directors met on June 30, 2022, and discussed a variety of issues. Here are the highlights:
The July 2022 issue of the Journal of Forensic Sciences (JFS) is now available.
The Membership Outreach Ad Hoc Committee (MOAHC) was created in 2020 to address Academy-wide aspects relating to membership, promotion, and engagement. In 2020, the MOAHC began by conducting a membership survey to gauge and prioritize areas of interest for the committee to work o...
Awards are an integral part of the AAFS. The Forensic Nursing Science Section will offer two award opportunities this year—the Forensic Nursing Scientist Award and the Virginia Lynch Forensic Nurse Innovator Award.
The Jan S. Bashinski Criminalistics Graduate Thesis Assistance Grant is to provide graduate students with financial assistance to complete their thesis or independent research project as required for a graduate degree in Criminalistics/Forensic Sciences. The thesis or research pr...
Thanks to all meeting attendees who completed the 74th AAFS Annual Scientific Meeting Follow-Up Survey. Your comments and suggestions will assist the AAFS in continuing to provide top-notch educational opportunities for forensic specialists from all over the world.
Centrally located in the convention district close to shopping, entertainment, and dining, the Rosen boasts a 255-acre property with no shortage of its own activities and dining, including 13 food outlets, 4 pools, a par-72 championship golf course, a nature trail, and more.
The ASB is currently accepting applications for a new Forensic Odontology consensus body and for new members to the existing consensus bodies.