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2nd annual Faculty Research Forum: “Murder Mystery in Middle Tennessee

The Second Annual Faculty Research Forum for 2005-06 continues with a presentation by Dr. Daniel Frederick, professor of agriculture and geosciences, and Dr. Jack Deibert, associate professor of agriculture and geosciences.

Titled, Murder Mystery in Middle Tennessee: Provenance Analysis of Natural Sediment Recovered from Human Remains and its Role in a Homicide Investigation and Criminal Trial, the presentation is slated for 3-4:30 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 13, in APSUs University Center, room 308.
The Second Annual Faculty Research Forum for 2005-06 continues with a presentation by Dr. Daniel Frederick, professor of agriculture and geosciences, and Dr. Jack Deibert, associate professor of agriculture and geosciences.

Titled, “Murder Mystery in Middle Tennessee: Provenance Analysis of Natural Sediment Recovered from Human Remains and its Role in a Homicide Investigation and Criminal Trial,” the presentation is slated for 3-4:30 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 13, in APSU's University Center, room 308.

Sponsored by the Office of Academic Affairs, the Faculty Research Forum provides an opportunity for faculty to present research findings to peers, students and other interested parties.

The monthly forums, which are open to the public, address a variety of research topics and should stimulate interdisciplinary connections.
For more information, telephone the Office of Academic Affairs at (931) 221-7676. Crissy Laubach-Young