Rowan students start to dig forensics
Find the body. Find the evidence. Find the cause of death.
At Rowan University, it's just like on television, if only for one day.
Students participating in Rowan University's first forensic anthropology course took a cue on Saturday from popular television shows like "CSI" and "Forensic Files." But Markowitz said there's no denying that the crime-scene investigation shows are making forensic science more popular, and are one reason Rowan bowed to student pressure and teacher interest to start the forensic anthropology course.
|Date Published:||Sunday, October 31, 2004 - 01:00|
|Source URL:||Press of Atlantic City|