Welcome to Forensic Science!
Welcome to the Forensic Science Program!
The Forensic Science Program at UND has served undergraduates since 1999. Originally intended to provide a science background to law enforcement crime scene personnel, the program in 2004 grew to serve future crime laboratory personnel.
Program Director: Dr. Phoebe Stubblefield advises the junior and senior students. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Forensic Science and an active Forensic Anthropologist.
Spring 2013 office hours:
Wednesdays 9:30-11am & Thursdays 1:30-3:00pm
Dr. Richard Wise is the sophomore advisor. He is a Forensic Psychologist and specializes in witness testimony.
Corwin-Larimore, room 317
Dr. Igor Ovchinnikov is the freshman advisor. Research interests include human and evolutionary genetics, ancient and forensic DNA.
Starcher Hall, room 309
Please do not hesitate to contact your advisor if you have any needs or concerns, since we are at your service. During peak advising periods (October-November and March-April) advisors can be harder to reach, so book your appointments ahead of time. If you find you have an issue, whether compliment or problem, best addressed by the program director, do not hesitate to contact me.