Investigate a mock crime scene from start to finish.
Are you a high school student interested in solving crimes? If so, forensic science may be the major for you. Attend Point Park University's annual CSI summer camp and gain hands-on experience in this exciting profession.
Edward Strimlan, M.D., assistant professor and coordinator of the forensic science program at Point Park and former chief forensic investigator for Allegheny County, leads students in a mock crime scene investigation from start to finish.
Point Park's CSI summer camp features the following:
- Crime scene investigation lecture
- Crime scene house processing and evidence lab
- Hair analysis lab
- Impression evidence lab
- Finger print lecture by Officer Blasé Kraeer of the Pittsburgh Police Crime Unit
- Finger print lab
- "Forensic Jeopardy"
- Certificate presentations and more!
The total cost for the three day camp is $100 and includes lunch each day, a t-shirt and supplies.
For more information or questions about next year's camp, contact Edward Strimlan, M.D., at firstname.lastname@example.org or 412-392-4756.