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WVU Tech opens students up to the world of forensics

By KABREA JAMES

The Register-Herald

Stacie Walker, 11th grader at Westside High School, right, watches Eric Massy, WVU Tech student, demonstrate how to develop bloody fingerprints during the WVU Tech Forensic Investigation Summer Camp. (Register-Herald photo by Rick Barbero)

BECKLEY, W.Va. — More than 50 middle and high school students were invited to WVU Tech’s Forensic Investigation Summer Camp to explore different areas of forensic study on Monday.

During the four-day camp, students will expand their knowledge of evidence, courtroom proceedings, pathology and more.

Kassidi Richardson, 14, of Beckley said curiosity about crime scene investigation led her to attend the camp. 

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