Forensic Science Club

Lopes Justice Society: Forensic Science Unit

We are a group of students who are interested in pursuing careers in various forensic science disciplines. Our goal is to build a community of students on campus who are interested in the criminal justice field and support each other as we work to attain our goals.

Purpose/Mission of Club
The mission of the Lopes Justice Society: Forensic Science Unit is to promote justice and get students the knowledge they need to enter into the justice field of forensic science, whether it be in law enforcement or within a laboratory. We seek to promote awareness of justice issues and encourage students to think critically about the world around them. Lopes Justice Society: Forensic Science Unit is concerned with helping students find their purpose and helping them reach their future goals.

Meeting Time and Location:
Every Tuesday in the Crime Scene Lab (Tell Science Room 118) from 11am - 12 pm

Officer Information:

Zach Quarles, President:
Major: BS in Forensic Science

Barbara Chacon, Vice President
Major: BS in Forensic Science

Coramina Potillo, Secretary
Major: BS in Forensic Science

Kristin Whitten, Treasurer
Major: BS in Forensic Science

Chris Rogers, Event Coordinator/Recruiter
Major: BS in Justice Studies

Jennifer Arner, Donation Coordinator:
Major: BS in Forensic Science

Melissa Beddow, Club Advisor
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