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The videos below have been provided for your information. Click the title of each video based on your interest in the Marshall University Forensic Science Center. These videos are part of the Marshall University Communications YouTube Channel.

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Dr. Terry Fenger, Director of the Marshall University Forensic Science Center; Marshall University President, Dr. Stephen J. Kopp; and the J. Edgar Hoover Foundation Chairman of the Board, William D. Brannon; speak about the MUFSC graduate program and the quality of students who are recipients of the scholarship award.


Dr. Terry Fenger, Director of the Marshall University Forensic Science Center, and Josh Brunty, Assistant Professor of Integrated Science & Technology, speak about the research performed at Marshall University's top-ranked Forensic Science program.


Roy Al Ahmar talks about his experience in moving to the US for graduate school, and how the top-ranked Forensic Science program at Marshall University is benefiting his education and future career.


This video is of the Southern West Virginia Prescription Drug Abuse Summit held at the Marshall University Forensic Science Center at 9 a.m. Thursday, February 21. The video is a look at some of the high lights from the guest panel.


This video includes commentary by Dr. Terry Fenger regarding the approximately 25 West Virginia legislators who toured the Marshall University Forensic Science Center. The legislators came to learn more about MUFSC's academic program and the forensic services provided to law enforcement within the state and the nation.


This video includes brief interviews with Booth Goodwin, US Attornery for the Southern District of West Virginia; Marshall University President, Dr. Stephen J. Kopp; and Dr. Terry Fenger, Director of the MU Forenisc Science Center. The interviews are in regard to the 2012 U.S. Attorney's Law Enforcement and Victim Assistance Awards ceremony, during which Booth Goodwin recognizes the partnership between the MU Forensic Science Center and the West Virginia State Police.


This video is of Booth Goodwin, United States Attorney for the Southern District of West Virginia, making the opening remarks at the third Annual AIDE conference at 9 a.m. Monday, May 21. His presentation focused on digital evidence as the "new frontier" in prosecution.


This video is a look at MUFSC's role in processing sexual assault kits. The video includes commentary by Dr. Terry Fenger, Dr. Stephen J. Kopp, Commander Paul Noel of the New Orleans Police Department, and Alyson Saadi of the Louisiana State Crime Laboratory


This video is a look at Digital Forensics Accreditation by Dr. Terry Fenger, Director of MUFSC. The video includes commentary by Dr. Stephen J. Kopp and Senator Joe Manchin.


This video is a look at the Marshall University Forensic Science Center by United States Attorney Booth Goodwin. The video includes commentary by Dr. Stephen J. Kopp, Marshall University President.


This video includes an interview with Dr. Terry Fenger from the "We Are Marshall Today" show, taped on June 29th 2011. The interview begins at about 17 minutes 16 seconds and ends at about 25 minutes 6 seconds into the 28 minute program.


This video includes an interview with Dr. Terry Fenger from the "We Are Marshall Today" show, taped on October 7th 2010. The interview begins at about 2 minutes 34 seconds and ends at about 10 minutes 45 seconds into the 28 minute program.


This video includes a look at the MUFSC Crime Scene House and its uses; including interviews with MUFSC faculty and officers from the Huntington Police Department.


This video includes a look at the Marshall University Forensic Science Center and its offerings to students, law enforcement, professionals and the forensic science community.