ACCA Chemistry Course Fall 2000

Forensic Chemistry

Schedule of Speakers

Coordinators:

Anne Sherren, North Central College 630-637-5193 ats@noctrl.edu FAX: 630-637-5180

Salim Diab, University of St. Francis 815-740-3855 sdiab@stfrancis.edu FAX: 815-740-4285

Gary Mikol, Dominican University 773-545-3034 gerardm271@aol.com

References ( a more extensive list will be distributed the first night)

Colin Evans: The Casebook of Forensic Detection: How Science Solved 100 of the World’s most Baffling Crimes, Wiley, 1996

Richard James, Clifton Meloan & Richard Saferstein: Lab Manual for Criminalistics, Prentice Hall, 1997

Joseph Lambert: Traces of the Past: Unraveling the Secrets of Archaeology through Chemistry Perseus Books (1997)

M. Pollard and C. Heron: Archaeological Chemistry, The Royal Society of Chemistry, 1996

Richard Saferstein: Criminalistics: An Introduction to Forensic Science, Prentice Hall 1998

P. C. White: Crime Scene to Court: The Essentials of Forensic Science, Springer Verlag, 1998

Date Topic Speaker

9/12 Introduction to Forensics David Stoney

McCrone Reseach Institute, Chicago

9/19 Document & Art Analysis Joseph G. Barabe

McCrone Associates, Inc, Westmont

9/26 Drug Analysis Lynn Rizo

Illinois State Police, Division of Forensic Services and

Identification, Joliet

10/3 Trace Analysis Skip Palenick

Microtrace, Elgin

10/10 DNA Analysis Julie Glasner

Illinois State Police, Division of Forensic Services and

Identification, Joliet

10/17 Finger Print Analysis Brent Cutro

Illinois State Police, Division of Forensic

Services and Identification, Joliet

Fire Arms Peter Striupaitis

Chicago Crime Lab

10/24 Hair Analysis Richard Bisbing

McCrone Associates, Inc, Westmont

10/31 Arson Analysis George Dabdoub

Illinois State Police, Division of Forensic Services and

Identification, Joliet

11/7 Forensic Toxicology Maurine Massina

Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office

11/14 Ethics and Forensic Analysis David Stoney

McCrone Reseach Institute, Chicago

This course meets at Morton Arboretum from 7:00 to 9:00 PM on Tuesday Evenings. For additional details contact: either Peggy Lang 630-637-5181 or Anne Sherren at North Central at 630-637-5193. 1 Semester of Graduate Credit will be available for High School Teachers