Assistant Professor Keith Inman introduces students to sample evidence and tools of the trade at a private crime lab in Hayward. (Photo Max Gerber)
Spring Cal State East Bay Magazine goes `Beyond CSI'
- June 15, 2011
In the spring issue of Cal State East Bay Magazine –– available online –– learn about the University’s fresh take on its growing focus on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education, and how it affects teaching, learning, and professional outcomes in the criminal justice arena.
Readers will meet members of the university community who have succeeded in and contributed to fields touching on, but stretching well beyond, the world of crime scene investigation popularized in TV series such as CSI.
Visit Cal State East Bay Magazine online, where readers can also use the self-service subscription management feature by clicking on the green-and-black ink-drop icon next to the green “Subscribe” label.
For a print copy of the current edition, contact Paris Winter at (510) 885-2360 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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