About NCSTL Website/Database

May, 2016

Dear Friends of the National Clearinghouse,

I am pleased to offer you this project update on The National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology, and the Law (NCSTL) at Stetson University College of Law.

ACCOMPLISHMENTS

♦   Established office space at Stetson University College of Law.

♦   NCSTL opened its doors on August 1, 2003.

♦   Hired highly qualified key personnel. Staff includes: a Director of Outreach, Director of Technology and Distance Education, Director of Research, Program and Grant Compliance Manager, Senior Staff Researcher, four Staff Researchers, Law and Science Fellows, Administrative Specialist, and five student Research Assistants.

♦   Organized and held the first Advisory Council meeting in November 2004; second meeting held May 2005; third meeting held November fourth meeting held May 2006.

♦   Produced a searchable CD of representative data from the database for evaluation (Pilot Project with NFSTC, Resource 2005;Guide for Users of Science and Technology, Cooperative Agreement #2000-RC-CX-K001 with NIJ)

ONLINE RESOURCE:

This extensive online resource includes the world's only searchable comprehensive bibliography on law, science and technology. It contains court decisions and commentary, scholarly publications, commercial applications, professional associations and institutions, and other resources about traditional and new forensic topics, including important topics such as, Identity Theft, Intra and Interstate Tracking of Sexual Predators, Canine Sniff Detection, and Less Than Lethal Technologies.

The database contains 18 resource categories for each of 33 topics in science and technology. At present, it contains over 142,490 records, of which over 9,000 are multimedia records. Entries are added on a monthly basis.

Total number of website visitors since NCSTL opened in 2003 is more than 423,580 from over 170 countries different countries. In addition, comprehensive Cold Case and Identifying the Missing resources have recently been added to the site. No other such national resource exists. The online resource also includes It's Evident, a quarterly newsletter which focuses on the latest topics such as Methamphetamine, Shaken Baby Syndrome, Cyber Forensics, Post-Conviction DNA Testing, Bioterror and the Physician, and Virtual Autopsies. The newsletter is frequently cited in publications across the country.


PARTNERSHIPS:

♦   NCSTL ANNUAL LECTURE SERIES begun in Spring 2004

♦   NATIONAL FORENSIC SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY CENTER (NFSTC): to develop the Law Enforcement Evidence Policy Review and Integration Project and held the first

♦   AMERICAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC SCIENCES (AAFS) AND COURT TV: for the Forensic Science Educational Conference (FSEC) to be held at Florida Gulfcoast University, May 5-7, 2006

♦   INSTITUTE OF LAW AND JUSTICE (ILJ) on the Social Science Research on the Role and Impact of Forensic Evidence on the Criminal Justice Process, March 2008

♦   NATIONAL FORENSIC SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY CENTER (NFSTC): on the Forensic Technology Center of Excellence, November 2008

♦   BUREAU OF JUSTICE ASSISTANCE (BJA): Capital Litigation Project, September 2008

♦   MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY (MOSI): Sponsored the exhibit, CSI: The Experience, in which, NCSTL participated. Tampa, FL, 2010.

CAROL A. HENDERSON, NCSTL DIRECTOR, SERVES OR HAS SERVED ON THE:

♦   FORENSIC SCIENCE, MEDICINE, AND PATHOLOGY, Editorial Board

♦   JOURNAL OF CLINICAL FORENSIC MEDICINE, Editorial Board

♦  JOURNAL OF FORENSIC SCIENCES, Editorial Board

♦   AMERICAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC SCIENCES (AAFS):

  • Past President
  • International Affairs Committee and AAFS Forensic Sciences Foundation Think Tank committee, February, 2014
  • Planning Committee Member, Mentorship-In-Motion Project session for the annual meeting in February, 2014
  • Division Co-Chair of the American Bar Association Section of Science & Technology Law Scientific Evidence Committee
  • Executive Committee
  • Board of Directors
  • Long-Term Planning Committee (served until February 2008)

♦  AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION (ABA):

  • Science & Technology Law Section, Co-chair Life & Physical Sciences Division (2014)
  • Science and Technology Law Section, Co-Chair, Future of Evidence Committee
  • Science and Technology Law Section, Vice Chair, Scientific Evidence Committee
  • Appointed to the Forensic Science in the Criminal Justice System Committee
♦  FORENSIC SCIENCE SOCIETY, United Kingdom
♦  INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CHIEFS OF POLICE (IACP), Forensics Committee
♦  INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF FORENSIC SCIENCES (IAFS):
  • International Scientific Committee for the 20th IAFS meeting in Seoul, Korea October 13-17, 2014
  • Legal Ethics Chair, 18th Triennial Meeting, New Orleans, LA on July, 2008
♦  INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CHIEFS OF POLICE (IACP), Forensics Committee
♦  INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR IDENTIFICATION (IAI)
♦  INTERNATIONAL FORENSIC RESEARCH INSTITUTE, External Advisory Board at Florida International University
♦  NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEYS
♦  NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF JUSTICE (NIJ), General Forensics Working Group
♦  NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF JUSTICE (NIJ), Court Technology Working Group

NCSTL LECTURE SERIES:

♦  SPRING 2004: Dr. Michael Baden presented "The Complete History of Murder and Science in One Hour," on January 29, 2004; Dr. Helena Ranta presented "Forensic Investigations of Human Rights Violations in Kosovo," on February 12, 2004; Dr. Henry C. Lee presented "New Advances in Forensic Science," on March 15, 2004. DVDs of these presentations have been developed.

♦  SPRING 2005: Dr. Cyril Wecht presented "Forensic Medicine Odyssey: From the Kennedy Assassination to the Scott Peterson Case," on February 11, 2005; Dr. Michael Baden and Dr. Peter Dean presented "Forensic Pathology on Both Sides of the Pond," on April 4, 2005. The presentation was recorded live and appears on the NCSTL website. DVDs of these presentations have been developed.

♦  SPRING 2006: Maria Corazon A. DeUngria, Ph.D. and Chris Asplen, J.D. presented "The Impact of DNA Evidence In Addressing Human Rights Issues in the Philippines and Other Uses of DNA Worldwide," on January 23, 2006; Dr. James Young presented "Terrorists, Hurricanes and Viruses: What's Next?," on March 13, 2006. The presentations were recorded live and appear on the NCSTL website.

♦  SPRING 2007: Dr. Kathy Reichs and Dr. Robert Dorion presented "Forensic Anthropology: From Crime Scene to Crime Fiction" and "Forensic Dentistry," on February 5, 2007. Dr. Reichs is a Forensic Anthropologist, Novelist and producer of the Bones television series. Dr. Dorion is a Forensic Odontologist.

♦  SPRING 2008: DR. Francis Rock presented "Forensic Linguistic Examination of Evidence" on September 16, 2008. Dr. Rock is a forensic linguist. On October 31, 2008 NCSTL presented “Emerging Issues: Returning Veterans, PTSD and Other Injuries, and Their Impact on the Criminal Justice System”. Speakers participated from the east and west coasts. On the east coast were NCSTL Director Carol Henderson, Professor Allen, Judge Russell, Professor Morgan (Moderator). On the west coast were Donna Jacobs, LTC Rabb, Dr. Weaver. The presentations were recorded live and appear on the NCSTL website.

♦  FALL 2009: NCSTL co-sponsored the Judicial Seminar on "Emerging Issues in Neuroscience" along with the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the National Center for State Courts, and the Dana Foundation on October 5 and 6.

♦  WINTER 2011: Dr. Henry Lee, Forensic Expert, spoke to Stetson and the larger community about forensics and his career on March 31, 2011. The lecture was webcast and simulcast. See "Guest Lecture Series" under Education & Training.

♦  WINTER 2012: Dale Hinman, a retired FBI-trained criminal profiler, presented The Devil is in the Details: Criminal Profiling from an Investigator's Perspective at Stetson University College of Law in Gulfport, FL on October 31, 2012. Two hundred fifty people attended and it was simulcast.

♦  NATIONAL CONFERENCES on SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY and the LAW: presents emerging trends in the use of science and technology in the courtroom. The goal is twofold: to improve the understanding between scientists, attorneys and judges; and to identify and develop questions for future research surrounding science and scientists in the criminal justice system.

♦  SEPTEMBER 12-14, 2005: Organized and held the National Conference on Science, Technology and the Law on September 12-14, 2005. PowerPoint presentations for National Conferences can be found on the NCSTL website. Conference topics included:

  • Science and Technology for the Courtroom
  • Science, Technology, and Law Updates
  • CSI Effect and the Impact of New Coverage on High Profile Cases
  • Investigation, Prosecution, and Defense of Cybercrime Cases
  • Investigation of Abuse: Use of Science, Technology, and Law in Detection and Resolution
  • Ensuring Accuracy and Reliability in Science and Technology
  • Balancing Information Sharing and Privacy Concerns
  • Emerging Legal Issues with Science and Police Investigation Tools
  • Impact of New Technologies on the Criminal Justice System

♦  November 2-5, 2006: Conference held in St. Petersburg, Florida. Pre-conference workshops included:

  • Intra– and Interstate Tracking of Sexual Predators
  • DUI Standards – Toxicology and Behavioral Models
  • Presenting Forensic Evidence in Court and the Use of Technology in the Courtroom
  • Identity Theft
    Panels included:
  • Forensic Psychology
  • Science, Law and Law Enforcement of Methamphetamine
  • Biogeographical Ancestry Prediction Based on DNA (SNPs) for Investigative Leads
  • Legal Update on Consideration of Fingerprint Evidence
  • Less Lethal Panel
  • Forensic Evidence Case Law Developments

REFERENCE COLLECTION of LAW, SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY MATERIAL: allows access via interlibrary loan to physical materials not readily available in local libraries. NCSTL's library holdings are continuously expanding as collections/libraries are pursued for inclusion.

♦  AMERICAN SOCIETY OF QUESTIONED EXAMINERS AND THE CAYWOOD ESTATE: donated information regarding questioned documents.

♦  MAPLES COLLECTION (Forensic Anthropology): will be added in partnership with Florida Gulfcoast University.

♦  FLORIDA DIVISION OF THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR IDENTIFICATION (FDIAI) NEWSLETTER: NCSTL is scanning and uploading FDIAI newsletter archives.

♦  LATENT PRINT, FOOTWEAR, TIRE TRACK AND MISCELLANEOUS FORENSIC EXAMINATIONS REFERENCE INDEX: containing 1,900 file citations donated by Ernest (Ernie) D. Hamm, an expert in latent print, footwear, and tire track examinations, to be incorporated into the NCSTL database.

TRAINING MODULES with an EMPHASIS on DISTANCE EDUCATION:

♦  LOCATING, EVALUATING, AND SELECTING EXPERT WITNESSES, is a new online self-study course being developed by NCSTL in collaboration with The Law Enforcement Innovation Center (LEIC) at the University of Tennessee’s Institute for Public Service. The course focuses on the process and details of working with expert witnesses. It will be released in Summer 2015.

♦  FORENSIC SCIENCE COURSE FOR CAPITAL LITIGATORS is an online self-study released in April, 2014. Hear pre-eminent experts and masters in forensic science discuss fourteen topics ranging from CSI to Toxicology. Earn up to 25 CLE General Credits, 2 CLE Mental Health Credits, and 2 CLE Substance Abuse Credits for participating in this self-study through September 18, 2015. This course is free and available to the public.

♦  SANE-SART TRAINING FOR FORENSIC NURSES, completed in 2013, provides instruction to forensic nurses face-to-face and online webinars. Approximately one thousand nurses have participated. This program is the result of a collaborative effort between NCSTL and the SANE-SART Resource Service.

♦  LAW 101: A LEGAL GUIDE FOR THE FORENSIC EXPERT, completed in 2011, is housed on DNA.gov and is highly popular. It was billed as “one of the most popular courses ever offered on DNA.gov”. It is free and available to the public. Go to http://nij.gov/training/courses/law-101.htm.

♦  DNA for Defense: training delivered on March 14-15, 2011 in Tampa, FL.

PRIMERS on LAW, SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY TOPICS: developed in tandem with Law 101 Modules.

COMMUNITY ACCEPTANCE PANELS: NCSTL convenes focus groups of diverse participants from membership associations, community-based associations, citizen review boards, civil rights organizations, and others to assess public acceptance of new technologies and provide feedback to the National Institute of Justice, assisting the NIJ with a critical component of its technology research agenda.

♦  APRIL 30, 2007: a Community Acceptance Panel regarding Calmative Agents as a Less than Lethal Technology convened in Washington, D.C. NCSTL provided an in-depth bibliography to panel members.

♦  PRESIDENT’S DNA INITIATIVE TRAINING: The goal of this project is to provide training for defense counsel who are handling cases involving biological evidence on the applications and limitations of DNA evidence as stated in the President’s DNA Initiative. To achieve this goal, the NCSTL will work closely with the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) and an expert Advisory Group to develop training that will provide defense attorneys with the general knowledge of the uses of DNA evidence in judicial proceedings as it pertains to discovery and ethics, proper closing arguments, case assessment, etc. The proposed training will complement other forensic DNA evidence resources developed by NIJ, e.g., the “Officers of the Court” CD-ROM, which provides a foundational understanding of the science, technology, statistics, and other non-advocacy topics.

♦  TWG was assembled and meetings were held:

  • October 29-30, 2007
  • January 28-29, 2008
  • March 31-April 1, 2008
  • June 9-10, 2008
  • August 4-5, 2008
  • October 20-21, 2008
  • January 19-20, 2009
  • March 2-3, 2009
A draft outline was written and writing assignments were made to individual TWG members.

NCSTL MEDIA COVERAGE: introduced the NCSTL to the public:

♦  WTSP TAMPA/ST. PETERSBURG: "Tampa Bay’s 10", air date: September 29, 2003.

♦  ORLANDO SENTINEL: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was quoted in newspaper article "Prosecutor May Let Slaying Suspect Go," by Anthony Colarossi and Henry Pierson Curtis, October 24, 2003.

♦  THE JOHN WALSH SHOW: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was interviewed at "The Body Farm" in Tennessee, air date: November 25, 2003.

♦  INTERVIEW: Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, was interviewed by Petra Villani, Swedish Journalist, for an article concerning the appraisal of physical evidence in criminal trials, December 10, 2003.

♦  AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIME LABORATORY DIRECTORS NEWSLETTER AND RESOURCE GUIDE: Featured an article on NCSTL in its Winter 2003/Spring 2004 newsletter (5,000 subscribers).

♦  FOX 13: Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director, was interviewed regarding Crime Scene Class for Scientific Evidence Workshop, air date: January 27, 2004.

♦  BAY NEWS 9: Coverage of Scientific Evidence Crime Scene, air date: January 27, 2004.

♦  WFTS CHANNEL 28 (ABC Affiliate): Scientific Evidence Workshop student was interviewed regarding crime scene class, air date: January 28, 2004.

♦  ABA CRIMINAL JUSTICE MAGAZINE: Featured an article on NCSTL, page 47, Winter 2004 issue (11,000 subscribers).

♦  TAMPA BAY BUSINESS JOURNAL: An article on the NCSTL entitled "Forensics Sleuth Aims To Make Stetson Scene of Crime Information," January, 30, 2004.

♦  TAMPA TRIBUNE: Featured an article entitled "Expert Discusses Evolution of Murder: Dr. Michael Baden Chronicles Role of Forensic Science," January 31, 2004.

♦  THE BRIEF, STETSON UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF LAW: Featured an article entitled "Stetson C.S.I. Solves 'Crime' During Workshop," on February 2, 2004.

♦  Fox 13: Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director, was interviewed regarding digital image enhancement of videotape of the abduction of Carlie Brucia: air date February 3, 2004.

♦  GULFPORT GABBER: Featured an article entitled "C.S.I. Stetson", February 4, 2004.

♦  CLEARWATER GAZETTE: Featured an article on NCSTL entitled "Stetson University College of Law Forms The Nation's First Clearinghouse on Science and Technology", February 11, 2004.

♦  ORLANDO BUSINESS JOURNAL: Featured an article on NCSTL entitled "At Stetson, Forensic Clearinghouse is Taking Shape", February 12, 2004.

♦  WUSF RADIO (NPR Affiliate): Featured an interview with NCSTL Lecture Series speaker, Dr. Helena Ranta, entitled, "Forensic Scientist Helps Clear Fog of War," air date: February 17, 2004.

♦  DAYTONA BEACH NEWS JOURNAL: Featured an article entitled, "Tiniest of Details May Link Crime to Killer," by Henry Frederick, June 8, 2004.

♦  FLORIDA DIVISION OF THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR IDENTIFICATION: Posted NCSTL information on its website.

♦  THE PROSECUTOR (National District Attorneys Association): Featured an article on NCSTL entitled, "New Forensic Clearinghouse Established" in its January/February 2005 issue.

♦  WUSF RADIO (NPR Affiliate): Featured an interview with NCSTL Lecture Series speaker, Dr. Cyril Wecht, air date: February 10, 2005.

♦  GABBER NEWSPAPER (Gulfport, FL): Announcement of NCSTL Lecture Series speaker, Dr. Cyril Wecht, appeared in the February 10-16, 2005 issue.

♦  BAY NEWS 9 TV: Interviewed NCSTL Lecture Series speaker, Dr. Michael Baden, for "Health News Medical Beat", air date: April 4, 2005.

♦  BAY NEWS 9 TV: Interviewed NCSTL Lecture Speaker, Dr. Peter Dean, for "Health News", air date: April 10, 2005.

♦  U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT: Featured an article mentioning the NCSTL website entitled, "The CSI Effect: How TV is Driving Jury Verdicts All Across America" on April 25, 2005.

♦  FOX NATIONAL NEWS: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was interviewed for "The CSI Effect", air date: May 7, 2005.

♦  LLRX.COM: Director of Research, Diana Botluk, and Law & Science Fellow, Brittan Mitchell, published a web journal article entitled, Getting a Grip on the CSI Effect: The National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law at Stetson University College of Law," May 28, 2005.

♦  ABA JOURNAL: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was interviewed by Mark Hansen and quoted in an article entitled "The Uncertain Science of Evidence," in the July 2005 issue.

♦  KCPW (NPR Affiliate): Director of Research, Diana Botluk, was interviewed by Julie Rose regarding NCSTL and the CSI Effect, August 2, 2005.

♦  THE FEDERAL LAWYER (Federal Bar Association): Featured an article entitled, "Sharing Knowledge to Promote Justice," written by NCSTL Advisory Council Member, Valerie Stewart, and Director of Technology & Distance Education, Susan Zucker, August 2005.

♦  TAMPA TRIBUNE: Featured an article entitled "CSI Effect To Be Discussed At Law, Science Conference", September 12, 2005.

♦  National Public Radio (NPR): Announced The National Conference on Science Technology and the Law, air date: September 12, 2005.

♦  CRAIN'S NEW YORK BUSINESS: Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director, was interviewed for magazine article entitled, "NYPD's take on CSI", September 26, 2005, Vol.21, Issue 39.

♦  WEEKEND AMERICA PUBLIC RADIO: Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, was interviewed regarding the book "In Cold Blood", air date: October 1, 2005.

♦  THE LAWYERS WEEKLY: Featured an article entitled "Focus on Criminal Law: Lawyers and Forensic Scientists Explore Justice Through Science in Hong Kong", October 21, 2005.

♦  ANDERSON INDEPENDENT MAIL: NCSTL Deputy Director, Greg Hill, was interviewed for an article entitled "CSI Effect: Burden of Proof Raised in Courtrooms", November 22, 2005.

♦  TAMPA TRIBUNE: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was interviewed and was quoted in an article entitled "DNA Tests Unlock Man's Cell Today", in the January 23, 2006 issue.

♦  IACP WEBSITE: Published an article entitled "Virtual Autopsies: No Scalpel Required," written by Staff Researcher, Catherine Guthrie, February 2006.

♦  CHEMICAL & ENGINEERING NEWS MAGAZINE: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was interviewed for "The Gatekeepers of Science in Court are Subjects of Concern for Both the Legal and Scientific Communities", in its February 27, 2006 issue and online at Chemical and Engineering News.

♦  KHOU NEWS (CBS Affiliate) (Houston, Texas): NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was interviewed for "HPD: Sleuthing not as Easy as on CSI", air date: February 22, 2006.

♦  ENCYCLOPEDIA OF FORENSIC AND LEGAL MEDICINE: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, wrote the article Expert Witness Qualifications, Testimony and Malpractice. The ENCYCLOPEDIA OF FORENSIC AND LEGAL MEDICINE (Payne-James, Byard, Corey and Henderson eds. 2005) was the winner of The Society of Authors and the Royal Society of Medicine Minty Book Prize; 2006 British Medical Association Medical Book Competition – Highly Commended; and nominated for the Scribes 2006 Book Award.

♦  THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CHANNEL: Greg Jacobs of Tower Productions interviewed Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director,for a show on forensic science, March 1, 2006.

♦  SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST (Hong Kong): NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was interviewed by Richard Luscombe for an article about the CSI Effect, March 24, 2006.

♦  JAMI FLOYD: BEST DEFENSE (COURT TV): NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, appeared as a trial commentator regarding State of Ohio vs. Father Gerald Robinson, air date: April 27, 2006.

♦  DISTANCE LEARNING … A MAGAZINE FOR LEADERS (official publication of the U.S. Distance Learning Association): Featured an article by NCSTL Director of Technology & Distance Education, Susan Zucker, entitled "Forensic Science Education for the Civil and Criminal Justice Communities," in Vol. 3, Number 1, 2006.

♦  JAMI FLOYD: BEST DEFENSE (COURT TV): NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, appeared as a trial commentator regarding State of South Carolina vs. Kevin Goodwin, air date: May 25-26, 2006.

♦  JAMI FLOYD: BEST DEFENSE (COURT TV): NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, appeared as a trial commentator regarding State of Florida vs. Justin Barber, air date, June 19, 2006.

♦  TEXAS STATE BAR ASSOCIATION'S GOVERNMENT LAWYERS SECTION NEWSLETTER: Reprinted an article, originally featured in The Federal Lawyer, August 2005, written by NCSTL Advisory Council Member, Valerie Stewart, and NCSTL Director of Technology & Distance Education, Susan Zucker, entitled "Sharing Knowledge to Promote Justice." It was distributed at the Texas State Bar Association meeting in Austin, TX during the week of June 19, 2006.

♦  TECH BEAT (produced by the National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center): An article regarding NCSTL "Science, Technology … and the Law" appeared in the Spring 2006 issue.

♦  CATO INSTITUTE: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was interviewed regarding a news article about Board Certifying Bodies, June 21, 2006.

♦  LAW ENFORCEMENT TECHNOLOGY MAGAZINE: Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director was interviewed for an October, 2007 article entitled "One Stop for Science, Technology and Law Information", June 22, 2006.

♦  FORENSIC SCIENCE UNDER SIEGE: Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director, was interviewed and provided quotes for this book, published by Elsevier Academic Press.

♦  THE FORENSIC TEACHER: Diana Botluk, Director of Research,submitted an article regarding the NCSTL for the September 2006 issue. Susan Zucker, Director of Technology & Distance Education, arranged the graphics for this issue.

♦  PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE OF THE ACADEMY NEWS: Featured an article regarding director's NCSTL presentation to the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) in its September 2006 issue.

♦  THE BUDAPEST CONNECTION: authored by Dr. Henry C. Lee features a quote from Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director, on back cover, September 2006.

♦  LLRX.COM: Staff Researcher, Catherine Guthrie, collaborated with Sabrina Pacifici, editor of LLRX.com, to produce a completely updated "Identity Theft" bibliography for the September, 2006 issue LLRX.com.

♦  LAW ENFORCEMENT TECHNOLOGY MAGAZINE: Featured an article entitled "The National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law: A One-Stop Shop for Science, Technology and Law Information," in its October 2006 issue.

♦  NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CHANNEL: Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director, was interviewed by Greg Jacobs of Tower Productions for a documentary entitled "Naked Science: Forensics Under fire," air date: October 12, 2006.

♦  SUSSEX COUNTY (NEW JERSEY) BAR ASSOCIATION NEWSLETTER: Featured information regarding the NCSTL programs in its October 2006 issue.

♦  EXPERT ALERT NEWSLETTER (ABA Litigation Section): Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director, and Diana Botluk, NCSTL Director of Research, wrote an article entitled "How to Select an Expert: Advice from Experts that Study Experts" featured in the Winter 2006 issue.

♦  ST. PETERSBURG TIMES (Florida): An announcement of NCSTL Lecture Series speakers, Dr. Kathy Reichs and Dr. Robert Dorion, appeared in the Neighborhood News section, January 31, 2007 issue.

♦  THE GABBER (Gulfport, Florida): An announcement of NCSTL Lecture Series speakers, Dr. Kathy Reichs and Dr. Robert Dorion, appeared in the January 25-31, 2007 issue.

♦  JOURNAL OF FORENSIC SCIENCES: NCSTL Director of Technology & Distance Education, Susan Zucker, wrote a book review of A-Z Guide to Expert Witnessing published in the February 2007 issue.

♦  WUSF RADIO (NPR Affiliate): Aired an interview with NCSTL Lecture Series speaker, Dr. Kathy Reichs, entitled "Q&A with Forensic Anthropologist Kathy Reichs" on February 2, 2007.

♦  EAST BAY BUSINESS TIMES (Florida): Contained an editorial mention regarding Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director, being named President of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, March 13, 2007.

♦  FINANCIAL NEWS & DAILY RECORD (Duval County, Florida): Contained an editorial mention in the City Notes section regarding NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, being named President-Elect of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, March 21, 2007.

♦  USA TODAY: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was quoted in Richard Willing's article entitled "Broader DNA Databases Come Under Fire," March 26, 2007.

♦  TULSA WORLD: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was quoted in Richard Willing's article entitled "DNA Databases At Crime Labs Raise Legal Concerns," March 26, 2007.

♦  TUCSON CITIZEN: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was quoted in Richard Willing's article entitled "Libertarians Question Police Use of DNA From Non-convicted People to Solve Cases," March 26, 2007.

♦  IACP DATABASE: The IACP database accepted an article for inclusion entitled "Using Computer Technology to Solve Cold Cases," written by NCSTL Director of Technology & Distance Education, Susan Zucker, originally published NCSTL's quarterly newsletter, It's Evident, and accepted for inclusion in the IACP database, April 2007.

♦   ST. PETERSBURG TIMES (Florida): An editorial mention regarding NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, being named President-Elect of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences appeared in the Pinellas County "On the Move" section, April 8, 2007.

♦  NEW YORKER MAGAZINE: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was interviewed by Jeffrey Toobin and Lila Byock for an article regarding the 'CSI' Effect, April 30, 2007.

♦  LA WEEKLY: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was quoted in, "Is The Reality Of 'CSI' Really Unrealistic?", April 29, 2007.

♦  THE WALL STREET JOURNAL ONLINE: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was quoted in "Glamour of 'CSI' May Blind Real Juries", April 30, 2007.

♦  FREAKONOMICS BLOG: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was quoted in "Is CSI Changing the Criminal Justice System?", May 11, 2007.

♦  THE TEXAS PROSECUTOR NEWSLETTER: NCSTL website database mentioned in an article entitled "Entertainment or Expectation? How 'CSI' Affects Today's Juries," in the May-June 2007 issue.

♦  NATIONAL LAW JOURNAL: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was interviewed regarding "Exonerations with No DNA, June 6, 2007.

♦  WASHINGTON POST: Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director, was interviewed by Neely Tucker regarding forensic psychiatry, July 11, 2007.

♦  STETSON LAW REVIEW: CENTER FOR EXCELLENCE IN ADVOCACY SYMPOSIUM: NCSTL Research Attorney, Catherine Guthrie, and NCSTL Research Director, Diana Botluk, wrote articles for the Spring 2007 issue, Volume 36, Number 3. Ms. Guthrie's article, The Swinton Six: The Impact of State v. Swienton on the Authentication of Digital Images," is on page 661 and Ms. Botluk's article, "The National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law: Supporting the Role of Forensic Science in the Administration of Justice", is on page 609.

♦  NPR TELL ME MORE (Washington DC): NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was interviewed by Michelle Martin, July 24, 2007.

♦  THE SUNCOAST NEWS: NCSTL Director of Research, Diana Botluk, was interviewed by Eric Horchy for "Biometric technology use garners praise from some, critiques from others," published August 4, 2007.

♦  INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CHIEFS OF POLICE (IACP): Accepted an article entitled "Less Lethal Technologies," by NCSTL Director of Technology & Distance Education, Susan Zucker, originally published in the July issue of NCSTL's quarterly newsletter, It's Evident, for inclusion in their database.

♦  CBS/48 HOURS: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was interviewed by producer, Allen Alter, on DNA issues concerning a story in September 26, 2007.

♦  CBS/48 HOURS: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was interviewed by Gail Zimmerman on DNA issues concerning a story in development.

♦  MONTEL WILLIAMS LIVE: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was interviewed during "True Crime: Deadly Deception," November 1, 2007.

♦  MONTEL WILLIAMS LIVE: NCSTL Director Carol Henderson, was interviewed during "True Crime: Body of Evidence," January 17, 2008.

♦  INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CHIEFS OF POLICE (IACP): "Cyber Forensics: Part II," written for the January 2008 issue of NCSTL's quarterly newsletter, It's Evident, by Director of Technology & Distance Education, Susan Zucker, was accepted for inclusion in the IACP database, January 2008.

♦  AUSTRIA DAILY: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was interviewed by U.S. Correspondent, Herbert Bauernedel, on matching DNA evidence to four hostages in Iraq, March 13, 2008.

♦  ABC: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was interviewed by David Kurley regarding the Roger Clemens Case, February 7, 2008.

♦  LAW ENFORCEMENT TECHNOLOGY MAGAZINE: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, recorded a podcast on the "CSI Effect," April 1, 2008.

♦  MADDUX BUSINESS REPORT (Florida): Published an editorial mention regarding NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, being named as President of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, May, 2008.

♦  FORENSIC TEACHER MAGAZINE: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was interviewed by editor, Mark Feil, May 14, 2008.

♦  ABA JOURNAL: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was interviewed by Mark Hansen regarding Touch DNA, July 14, 2008.

♦  ASSOCIATED PRESS: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was interviewed by Randy Schmid about an article in the journal Science regarding fingerprints and detecting explosives residues, August 9, 2008.

♦  NANCY GRACE: NCSTL Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, was interviewed regarding the Caylee Anthony case in Florida on July 29, 2008, as well as on August 5, 7, 12, and 28, 2008 in Washington, DC.

♦  PARMA TELEVISION STATIONS: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was interviewed about the possibility of Italy starting its own DNA database, September 1, 2008.

♦  WAMU 88.5 Radio: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, spoke with Brandon Sweeney about new forensic technology, September 10, 2008.

♦  WAMU 88.5 Radio: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, spoke with panelist and guest host, Korva Coleman, of the Kojo Nnamdi Show, in Washington D.C. about "New Forensic Technology and DNA Databases", September 11, 2008.

♦  NATIONAL LAW JOURNAL: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, spoke with Tresa Baldas about the shutdown of Detroit's Police crime lab, September 30, 2008.

♦  NATIONAL LAW JOURNAL: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was quoted in "CSI effect? It may be Litigation," October 13, 2008.

♦  WMNF NEWS: NCSTL Guest Lecture panelists, Judge Robert Russell, Stetson College of Law professors, Rebecca Morgan and Michael Allen, were interviewed regarding "Emerging Issues: Returning Veterans, PTSD and Other Injuries, and Their Impact on the Criminal Justice System" on October 31, 2008. WMNF News Story.

♦  CHICAGO TRIBUNE: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was interviewed by Steve Simms, December 4, 2008.

♦  BANFIELD & FORD COURTSIDE (TRU TV): NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was interviewed about the Caylee Anthony case, December 15, 2008.

♦  ABA JOURNAL: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, spoke with Mark Hansen about impending forensic science issues, December 17, 2008.

♦  SCOTT FARRELL RADIO SHOW: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, and Anjali Swienton, Director of Outreach, were interviewed about DNA, December 17, 2008.

♦  BUD HEDINGER RADIO SHOW: NCSTL Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, was interviewed about the Caylee Anthony case, December 19, 2008.

♦  SCOTT FARRELL RADIO SHOW: NCSTL Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, was interviewed, January 21, 2009.

♦  WEBCAST HOSTED BY BRIGHTTALK'S GENTON VAL-PIERRE NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, participated in the discussion on "Key Issues Facing Forensic Scientists & How to Solve Them”, January 27, 2009.

♦  ALL THINGS CONSIDERED (NPR): NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was interviewed by Nell Greenfield Boyce, February 18, 2009.

♦  C-SPAN 1: Broadcasted testimony by NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, before the U.S. House Subcommittee on Technology and Innovation regarding "Strengthening Forensic Science in the United States: A Path Forward," March 10, 2009.

♦  MCCLATCHY NEWSPAPERS: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was interviewed by David Coffey regarding the state of forensic science in the U.S., March 10, 2009.

♦  GRAVEYARD SHIFT (BLOG): NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was interviewed and mentioned in Dr. Katherine Ramsland: The Forensic Resource You Need to See, The Graveyard Shift (blog), March 2009.

♦  HEALTHCARE FINANCE; TAX & LAW WEEKLY; BIOTECH WEEK; MEDICAL VERDICTS AND LAW WEEKLY; HEALTHCARE MERGERS, ACQUISITIONS AND VENTURES WEEK; FNS DAYBOOK; PHARMA INVESTMENTS, VENTURES AND LAW WEEKLY; LAB BUSINESS WEEK; HOUSE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE THE WASHINGTON DAYBOOK; THE FRONTRUNNER; CONGRESSIONAL QUARTERLY INC.; AND FEDERAL INFORMATION AND NEWS DISPATCH, INC., MEDICINE AND LAW WEEKLY; LAB LAW WEEKLY; HEALTH BUSINESS WEEK; BIOTECH LAW WEEKLY; LAW AND HEALTH WEEKLY these media ran stories concerning NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson’s, statement before the House of Representatives, March, 2009.

♦  FORT MYERS NEWSPRESS: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, spoke with Pat Gillespie regarding the NAS report and its impact on the future of forensic science and research, March 24, 2009.

♦  WEBCAST HOSTED BY BRIGHTTALK'S GENTON VAL-PIERRE Director of Research, Diana Botluk, participated in a discussion about "NCSTL”, April 9, 2009.

♦  US FED NEWS: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was quoted regarding her testimony before the House Science and Technology Subcommittee on Technology and Innovation regarding forensic science the United States, April 17,

♦  2009 (Strengthening Forensic in the United States: A Path Forward), April 17, 2009.

♦  FOX 5 (Atlanta): NCSTL Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, was interviewed regarding DNA mixture interpretation, air dates: April 27 and 28, 2009.

♦  ABA JOURNAL: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, spoke with Mark Hansen regarding lawyers and Internet databases, May 1, 2009.

♦  CBS NEWS/48 HOURS: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, spoke with producer Shoshanah Wolfson for background on stab wounds and blood pattern analysis for an upcoming story, May 1, 2009.

♦  ABA Journal: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was interviewed by Mark Hanson on future articles: "NAS Report"; "DNA"; Future of Evidence book for the ABA, July 8, 2009.

♦  INTERVIEW: NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was interviewed by Rhonda Brown & Jackie Davenport re: book chapter on “Forensic Interrogation, Reporting & Professional Ethics” for high school students, July 15, 2009.

♦  MADDOX BUSINESS REPORT (Florida): Director of Technology & Distance Education, Susan Zucker, and Director of Research, Diana Botluk, were interviewed by the Maddox Business Report on the NCSTL, July 29, 2009. Report published in October, 2009.

♦  IACPtv at the IACP Annual Conference, NCSTL Director Carol Henderson, Educational Outreach for FTCoE and NCSTL on IACPtv, Denver, CO, October 3-9, 2009.

♦  ROANOKE TIMES: Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, was interviewed by the Roanoke Times on June 30, 2010 on forensic evidence and how it links a Harrington homicide with a 2005 Fairfax, VA abduction case. The interview was on July 2, 2010.

♦  HOUSE M.D.: Research Attorney, Kevin Paget, was contacted by a researcher/writer from the Emmy award-winning medical TV show, HOUSE M.D., in May to inquire about ghosting, a form of identity theft in which the perpetrator steals the identity of the dead. Paget had authored the article, Ghosting … grave robbery for the 21st century for the April, 2008 issue of It's Evident.

♦  BAY NEWS 9: Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director, was interviewed by Tom Sweeney on the Casey Anthony case on June 15, 2011.

♦  NEW YORKER MAGAZINE: Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director, was quoted in an article discussing how the ‘CSI Effect’ might have helped two police officers in NY beat a rape charge, June 6, 2011.

♦  ABA JOURNAL: Director, Carol Henderson, shared her legal expertise in an interview with Eric Gardner on April 11, 2011.

♦  NEW YORKER MAGAZINE: Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director, was quoted in an article discussing how the ‘CSI effect’ might have helped two police officers in NY beat a rape charge, June 6, 2011.

♦  BAY NEWS 9: Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director, was interviewed by Tom Sweeney on the Casey Anthony case on June 15, 2011.

♦  LONGBOAT KEY NEWS: Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director, talked about the CSI effect and Forensics on August 26, 2011.

♦  FRONTLINE (PBS), Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director, was interviewed on "Forensic Science", Air date is January, 2012.

♦  CNN - Professor Carol Henderson spoke with Michelle Richmond with Erin Burnett OutFront on CNN today for background on scientific experts to analyze the Boston bombings on April 18, 2013.

♦  CNN - Professor Carol Henderson spoke about female DNA discovered in the Boston bombing for a breaking news story on April 29, 2013.

♦  NEWSCHANNEL 9 - Professor Carol Henderson talked with Lauren Mayk at Newschannel 8 on June 5, 2013 and agreed to offer commentary on Florida Governor Rick Scott signing legislation regarding the new admissibility of scientific evidence.
Florida Governor Rick Scott signed HB 7015 into law: Quotable: “This legislation signed by the governor changes the landscape of admissibility of expert witness testimony. Florida has now joined the majority of states and the federal government. It is a landmark and bodes well for the civil and criminal justice systems.”

♦  GANNETT NEWSPAPERS - Professor Carol Henderson spoke about cold case playing cards, photos of alleged felons and victims distributed to see if people recognize and can identify the persons on June 13, 2013.

NCSTL PRESENTATIONS were made in diverse professional fora:

♦  STETSON LAW ALUMNI ADVISORY ADVISORY BOARD, Gulfport, Florida, August 16, 2003.

♦  STETSON COLLEGE OF LAW ADMINISTRATORS, Gulfport, Florida, September 9, 2003.

♦  STETSON COLLEGE OF LAW ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT LUNCH–and–Learn, Gulfport, Florida, October 3, 2003.

♦  ;STETSON COLLEGE OF LAW FACULTY COLLOQUIUM, Gulfport, Florida, October 22, 2003.

♦  STETSON COLLEGE OF LAW HONORS PROGRAM, Gulfport, Florida, October 22, 2003.

♦  AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIME LABORATORY DIRECTORS, St. Petersburg, Florida, October 29, 2003.

♦  FLORIDA DIVISION OF THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR IDENTIFICATION, St. Petersburg, Florida, October 29, 2003.

♦  NATIONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS TECHNOLOGY CENTER – Northeast (NLECTC-N.E), Rome, New York, November 6, 2003.

♦  SOUTHWESTERN ASSOCIATION OF FORENSIC SCIENTISTS, Fort Worth, Texas, November 7, 2003.

♦  NORTHEASTERN ASSOCIATION OF FORENSIC SCIENTISTS, Pittsfield, Massachusetts, November 8, 2003.

♦  HERBERT G. GOLDBURG CRIMINAL LAW AMERICAN INN OF COURT, Tampa, Florida, November 18, 2003.

♦  PRACTICUM IN FORENSIC ODONTOLOGY AT THE MIAMI-DADE MEDICAL EXAMINER DEPARTMENT, December 4-6, 2003.

♦  AMERICAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC SCIENCES ANNUAL MEETING, Dallas, Texas, February 20, 2004.

♦  62nd ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF QUESTIONED DOCUMENT EXAMINERS, Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, attended, Memphis, Tennessee, August 23, 2004.

♦  TAMPA BAY CHIEFS OF POLICE, Tampa Florida, September 9, 2004.

♦  SAFS–MAFS–MAAFS–CSFSJoint Meeting, Orlando, Florida, September 23, 2004.

♦   "Investigating Experts" presented by NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson at FAMU College of Law, Orlando, Florida, September 24, 2004.

♦  PIMA COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT JUDGES, Tucson, AZ, October 15, 2004.

♦  NIJ FINGERPRING RESEARCH ADVISORY PANEL, NCSTL Director and panel member, Carol Henderson, presented on legal issues regarding fingerprints, Crystal City, VA, October 26-27, 2004.

♦  AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIME LABORATORY DIRECTORS, San Diego, CA, November 10, 2004.

♦  AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION CRIMINAL JUSTICE SECTION COUNCIL, Washington, DC, November 13, 2004.

♦  OPEN WORLD DELEGATION (St. Petersburg, Russia), NCSTL Director Carol Henderson spoke to the judges, Tampa, FL, November 18, 2004.

♦  AMERICAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC SCIENCES ANNUAL CONFERENCE, NCSTL Director Carol Henderson, presented, New Orleans, LA, February 25, 2005.

♦  FEDERAL BAR ASSOCIATION, Valerie Stewart, NCSTL Advisory Council member, presented at the meeting, Washington, DC, April 2, 2005.

♦  “NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND THE LAW”, presented by Deputy Director, Greg Hill, Stetson University College of Law CLE Program, Tampa, FL, April 6, 2005.

♦  COLUMBIA DELEGATION OF ATTORNEYS AND JUDGES, presented by Deputy Director, Greg Hill, Gulfport, FL, April 7, 2005.

♦  1er CONGRESO INTERNATCIONAL DE MEDICINA LEGAL Y CIENCIAS FORENSES, NCSTL Director Carol Henderson presented, Buenos Aires, Argentina, April 9, 2005.

♦  DEPARTMENT OF CAREER SERVICES LUNCHEON, NCSTL Director Carol Henderson presented to local law firms and agencies, Stetson University College of Law, Gulfport, FL, April 13, 2005.

♦  THE NATIONAL LAW CENTER, George Washington University, NCSTL Director Carol Henderson lectured, Washington, DC, April 19, 2005.

♦  FLORIDA CRIMINAL JUSTICE STANDARDS & TRAINING COMMISSION, Deputy Director, Greg Hill, presented to the Executive Committee, Tampa, FL, May 3, 2005.

♦  7th WORLD POLICE MEDICAL OFFICERS CONFERENCE, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented, Dunblane, Scotland, May 10, 2005.

♦  JEFFERSON PARISH SHERIFF’S OFFICE, fifteen other local law enforcement agencies and the FBI, NCSTL Director Carol Henderson lectured, New Orleans, LA, May 18, 2005.

♦  IACP–LEIM, Deputy Director, Greg Hill, presented, Greensboro, NC, May 26, 2005.

♦  ASSOCIATION OF FIREARM AND TOOLMARK EXAMINERS MEETING, Deputy Director, Greg Hill, presented information about NCSTL, Indianapolis, IN, June 23, 2005.

♦  "THE UNCERTAIN SCIENCE OF EVIDENCE", NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, served on the ABA CLE Panel teleconference at the Association of Firearm and Toolmark Examiners Meeting, July 20, 2005.

♦  NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF POLICE ORGANIZATIONS, Deputy Director, Greg Hill, presented at the 27th Annual Convention, New Orleans, LA, July 24, 2005.

♦  FORENSIC SCIENCE EDUCATION FOR THE CIVIL AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE COMMUNITIES”, Director Technology & Distance Education, Susan Zucker, presented at the 21st Annual Conference on Distance Teaching, Madison, WI, August 4, 2005.

♦  INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR IDENTIFICATION’S 90th INTERNATIONAL EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE, Deputy Director, Greg Hill, presented information on NCSTL, Dallas, TX, August 11, 2005.

♦  "NEW TECHNOLOGY AND LEGAL CHALLENGES AFFECTING 21st CENTURY DEATH INVESTIGATION", Science and Law Fellow, Catherine Guthrie, presented at the Florida Association of Medical Examiners Conference, Miami, FL, August 11, 2005.

♦  63rd ANNUAL MEETING OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY of QUESTIONED DOCUMENT EXAMINERS, NCSTL Director Carol Henderson presented, Montreal, Quebec, August 13, 2005.

♦  LAW and ETHICS SECTION at the 17th MEETING of the INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION of FORENSIC SCIENCES, NCSTL Director Carol Henderson delivered keynote address, Hong Kong, August 26, 2005.

♦  UNIVERSITY OF NANKAI DELEGATION FROM TIANJIN, CHINA, Director of Technology & Distance Education, Susan Zucker, presented to delegation, Tampa, FL, September 2, 2005.

♦  RUSSIAN JUDGES, OPEN WORLD RULE of LAW PROGRAM, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented to delegation, Tampa FL, September 15, 2005.

♦  FORENSICS COMMITTEE ROUNDTABLE, INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION of CHIEFS OF POLICE, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented, Miami Beach, FL, September 25, 2005.

♦  MARINE CORPS STAFF JUDGE ADVOCATES, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented, Las Vegas, NV, October 20, 2005.

♦  UPDATE POSTER at the AMERICAN SOCIETY of CRIME LAB DIRECTORS CONFERENCE, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented, Phoenix, AZ, October 26, 2005.

♦  FLORIDA and GEORGIA DIVISIONS of the IAI, Deputy Director, Greg Hill, presented, Panama City, FL, November 7, 2005.

♦  INTERNATIONAL FORENSIC SCIENCE SYMPOSIUM, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented information regarding the NCSTL, Taiwan, Taipei, November 7-12, 2005.

♦  INTERNATIONAL FORENSIC SCIENCE SYMPOSIUM, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented information on the NCSTL to Vice Deans from Universidad de Granada, Gulfport, FL, November 14, 2005.

♦  PINELLAS COUNTY STATE LEGISLATIVE DELEGATION, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented, Safety Harbor, FL, December 1, 2005.

♦  NIJ FORENSICS & LAW ENFORCEMENT CONFERENCE, Deputy Director, Greg Hill, presented, Hilton Head, SC, January 30-February 1, 2006.

♦  STETSON UNIVERSITY BOARD of TRUSTEES PARTNERS, Director of Research, Diana Botluk, presented, Tampa, FL, February 24, 2006.

♦  FORENSIC SEMINAR CLASS at the UNIVERSITY of FLORIDA, Staff Researcher, Catherine Guthrie, presented, Gainesville, FL, February 27, 2006.

♦  CONSORTIUM of FORENSIC SCIENCE ORGANIZATIONS TECHNOLOGY FAIR, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, participated, Washington, DC, April 5, 2006.

♦  FORENSIC SCIENCE EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE (FSEC) for middle school and high school teachers with AAFS and Court TV, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented and Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, participated at Florida Gulfcoast University, Fort Myers, FL, May 5 - 7, 2006

♦  EUROPEAN ACADEMY of FORENSIC SCIENCES (EAFS) 2006 CONFERENCE, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented, Helsinki, Finland, June 11-17, 2006.

♦  COMPUTER-ASSISTED LEGAL INSTRUCTION (CALI) CONFERENCE, Director of Research, Diana Botluk, and Director of Technology & Distance Education, Susan Zucker, presented, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, June 14-16, 2006.

♦  FLORIDA METROPITAN UNIVERSITY, Director of Research, Diana Botluk, and the Director of Technology & Distance Education, Susan Zucker, presented to students, Gulfport, FL, June 23, 2006.

♦  ;FLORIDA PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS ASSOCIATION, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented, Marco Island, FL, July 10, 2006.

♦  STATE of ARIZONA'S CLE, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented, San Diego, CA, July 14, 2006.

♦  FORENSIC SCIENCE EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE III, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented, St. Louis,MO, July 25, 2006.

♦  “FORENSIC SCIENCE LITERATURE AND RESOURCES – LESSONS TO BE LEARNED”, Actual Innocence for Texas Judges, Prosecutors and Defense Lawyers Program presented by The Center for American and International Law in cooperation with The American Judicature Society, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented, Plano, TX, August 18, 2006.

♦  “HOW THE NATIONAL CLEARINGHOUSE FOR SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND THE LAW CAN ASSIST PROSECUTORS IN MEETING THE CSI DEFENSE”, County Prosecutors Association of New Jersey 2006 Annual Conference, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented, Atlantic City, NJ, September 15-16, 2006.

♦  BATON ROUGE CRIME LABORATORY at LOUISIANA ASSOCIATION OF FORENSIC SCIENTISTS THIRD ANNUAL DNA SCIENTIFIC MEETING, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, lectured, Baton Rouge, LA, September 27, 2006.

♦  “HOW TO CONDUCT RESEARCH ON THE NCSTL DATABASE”, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, and Director of Research, Diana Botluk, conducted a workshop at the ASCLD Conference, San Francisco, CA, October 2, 2006.

♦  U.S. ARMY TRIAL DEFENSE SERVICE, Regional Defense Counsel, Continental United States Conference, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented information on the NCSTL and Expert Testimony, Orlando, FL, October 10, 2006.

♦  "FAUX-N-SICS: IS CSI THE CAUSE OR THE EFFECT?" NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, delivered the keynote address at the New England School of Law's Law Review Symposium, Boston MA, October 13, 2006.

♦  FORENSIC RESOURCES AND PROGRAM UPDATE, Deputy Director, Greg Hill, presented information regarding NCSTL at the Northeast (NLECTC-N.E.), Rome, NY, November 9, 2006.

♦  FORENSIC RESOURCES AND PROGRAM UPDATE, Deputy Director, Greg Hill, presented information regarding NCSTL at The Great American Teach-In, Boca Ciega High School, St. Petersburg, FL, November 15, 2006.

♦  DELEGATION OF RUSSIAN JUDGES, Director of Research, Diana Botluk, Director of Technology & Distance Education, Susan Zucker, and Staff Researchers presented information regarding the NCSTL, Gulfport, FL, November 16, 2006.

♦  SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE AND THE NATIONAL CLEARINGHOUSE FOR SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND THE LAW, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented training to the Florida State Attorney's Office, Miami-Dade, FL, January 18, 2007.

♦  FORENSIC ENTOMOLOGY CLASS, ENTOMOLOGY AND NEMATOLOGY DEPARTMENT, AND LAW LIBRARIANS, Research Attorney, Catherine Guthrie presented at the University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, April 16, 2007.

♦  NORTHEASTERN ASSOCIATION OF FORENSIC SCIENTISTS, Director of Research, Diana Botluk, presented, St. Pete Beach, FL, May 15, 2007.

♦  "DIGGING UP DIRT ON EXPERT WITNESS", NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented at the Masters 12 Conference for Advanced Death Investigation, St Louis University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO, July 26, 2007.

♦  "SURVIVING A DAUBERT HEARING", Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, conducted training at the Manchester NH Crime Lab for NorthEast Consortium of Forensic Scientists, Manchester, NH, September 26, 2007.

♦  "CSI EFFECT: FACT OR FICTION", Research Attorney, Jeff Chesen, presented at the Florida Division of the International Association for Identification (FDIAI) Educational Conference 2007, Weston, FL, October 25, 2007.

♦  "DIGGING UP DIRT ON EXPERTS – CROSS EXAMINATION OF EXPERT WITNESS WORKSHOP”, Research Attorney, Betty Fitterman, presented, Bradenton, FL, October 26, 2007.

♦  “IDENTIFYING THE NEEDS OF FORENSIC SCIENCE”, National Academy of Science Committee Meeting, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, attended and presented, Washington, DC, December 6, 2007.

♦  JUDGES FROM THE BAHAMAS, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented information on the NCSTL, Nassau, Bahamas, December 14, 2007.

♦  "ALL ABOUT FORENSICS", Law and Science Fellow, Angela Lack, presented at the Elderhostel Program at Eckerd College, St. Petersburg, FL, February 5, 2008.

♦  "ALL ABOUT FORENSICS", Law and Science Fellow, Angela Lack, presented at the Elderhostel Program at Eckerd College, St. Petersburg, FL, March 5, 2008.

♦  "NCSTL AND TEACHING RESOURCES", NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented at Forensic Science Education Conference, Florida Gulf Coast University, Ft. Myers, FL, May 3, 2008.

♦  "NCSTL AND DNA", Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, presented at 12th Forensic Science Education Conference, Florida Gulf Coast University, Ft. Myers, FL, May 3, 2008

♦  "NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE AND THE NATIONAL CLEARINGHOUSE FOR SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND THE LAW", NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented to Department of Forensic Medicine, University of Helsinki, Finland, May 9, 2008.

♦  "THE FUTURE OF FORENSIC SCIENCES", NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented at Il Ruolo Della Scienza Nell'indagine E Nel Processo Incontro con la American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Parma, Italy, September 1, 2008.

♦  "POST CONVICTION AND DNA”, Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, presented at the Center for American and International Law, Plano, TX, August 25, 2008.

♦  "SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND THE LAW", NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented at the International Convention on Legal Medicine and Forensic Science, San Remo Italy, October 1-4, 2008.

♦  “NCSTL: ITS FUNCTION AND IMPACT", Director of Technology & Distance Education, Susan Zucker, presented at the annual meeting of the Federal Judges Secretaries Association, Albuquerque, NM, October 10, 2008.

♦  “FIRE SETTERS & INVESTIGATING EXPERTS", NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, participated the panel at the 39th annual meeting of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, Seattle, WA, October 22-27, 2008.

♦  "THE NCSTL: RESOURCES FOR DNA POSTCONVICTION CASE MANAGEMENT", Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, presented, Palm Harbor, FL, January 22-23, 2009.

♦  "DIGITAL FORENSICS AS A FORENSIC SCIENCE", NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented at the 5th Annual International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP), Orlando, FL, January 26, 2009.

♦  "KEY ISSUES FACING FORENSIC SCIENTISTS & HOW TO SOLVE THEM”, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, participated in webcast hosted by Val-Pierre Genton, January 27, 2009.

♦  NIJ SYMPOSIUM, Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, presented, St. Petersburg, FL, February 6, 2009.

♦  ABA 2009 MIDYEAR MEETING, Research Attorney, Catherine Bailey, presented on behalf of Carol Henderson to the "Status of Future of Evidence subcommittee and the Scientific Evidence subcommittee Boston, MA, February 13, 2009.

♦  "YOUTUBE, FACEBOOK, CHAT ROOMS, AND BLOGS: A FERTILE CLASSROOM FOR ILLICIT ACTIVITIES", Director of Technology & Distance Education, Susan Zucker, presented at the 61st AAFS Annual Meeting Denver, CO, February 16-21, 2009.

♦  "FORENSIC RESEARCH RESOURCES", Director of Research, Diana Botluk, and Research Attorney, Catherine Bailey, presented at the 61st AAFS Annual Meeting Denver, CO, February 16-21, 2009.

♦  "STRENGTHENING FORENSIC SCIENCE IN THE UNITED STATES: A PATH FORWARD", NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, testified before the U.S. House Subcommittee on Technology and Innovation, Washington, DC, March 10, 2009.

♦  “ETHICS IN FORENSIC SCIENCE”, Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, presented at the Actual Innocence Conference, Austin, TX, March 19, 2009.

♦  "FORENSIC SCIENCE RESOURCES", NCSTL Director Carol Henderson presented at the Actual Innocence Conference, Austin, TX, March 19, 2009.

♦  “LEGAL ISSUES”, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented at the Actual Innocence Conference, Austin, TX, March 19, 2009.

♦  "THE NEW NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCE REPORT-THE FUTURE OF FORENSIC SCIENCE: PERSPECTIVE FROM LAWYERS", NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented at the Actual Innocence Conference, Austin, TX, March 19, 2009.

♦  "DIGGING UP DIRT: DISSECTING AND ANALYZING THE EXPERT WITNESS", Research Attorney, Catherine Bailey, presented at Cedar Crest College, Allenton, PA, March 21, 2009.

♦  "THE NATIONAL CLEARINGHOUSE FOR SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND THE LAW: INFORMATION AND RESEARCH RESOURCES", Director of Research, Diana Botluk, presented at the CSI Summit, BrightTALK, http://brighttalk.com, April 9, 2009.

♦  "COMPUTER FORENSICS AND THE NCSTL", Director of Technology & Distance Education, Susan Zucker, presented at the Computer Forensics Show, Washington, DC, April 29, 2009.

♦  “PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY AS A FORENSIC EXPERT”, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented at the XXI Congress of the International Academy of Legal Medicine (IALM), Lisbon, Portugal, May 28, 2009.

♦  "OVERVIEW OF DNA", NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was sponsored to deliver a workshop to an audience of Sharii`ah judges by the American Bar Association (ABA) Rule of Law Initiative Middle East and North Africa Division, Kingdom of Bahrain, June 3, 2009.

♦  "OVERVIEW OF SCIENCE AND EXPERT WITNESSES", NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was sponsored to deliver a workshop to civil law judges and prosecutors the American Bar Association (ABA) Rule of Law Initiative Middle East and North Africa Division, Kingdom of Bahrain, June 4, 2009.

♦  ARIZONA PUBLIC DEFENDERS ASSOCIATION, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was part of the program and there was an audience of more than 1200 when she spoke about NCSTL. She also participated on a panel: “The National Academy of Sciences Report on Forensics”, Tempe, AZ, June 18, 2009.

♦  "STRENGTHENING FORENSIC SCIENCE IN THE UNITED STATES: NAS 2009 REPORT", NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented to an audience of more than 200 judges at the 2009 Annual Judicial Conference in Scottsdale, AZ on June 19, 2009.

♦  "EVIDENCE COLLECTION AND PRESERVATION", Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, presented at the Center for American and International Law (CAILAW) Actual Innocence Conference, Plano, TX, August 17, 2009.

♦  "HOW TO PREP FORENSICS FOR A CASE", Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, presented at the Center for American and International Law (CAILAW) Actual Innocence Conference, Plano, TX, August 18, 2009.

♦  “SOCIAL MEDIA SITES USED TO COMMIT CRIMES”, Director of Technology & Distance Education, Susan Zucker, presented at the Center for American and International Law (CAILAW) Actual Innocence Conference, Plano, TX, August 18, 2009.

♦  “YOUTUBE, FACEBOOK, CHAT ROOMS, AND BLOGS: A FERTILE CLASSROOM FOR ILLICIT ACTIVITIES”, Director of Technology & Distance Education, Susan Zucker, presented at the International Association for Identification (IAI), Tampa, FL, August 19, 2009.

♦  "FORENSIC DNA", Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, presented at the Widener Law School Actual Innocence Conference, Houston, TX, September 25, 2009.

♦  "HOW LAWYERS OBTAIN IMPEACHMENT ON EXPERTS", NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, gave a workshop at the Society of Forensic Toxicologist, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, October 20, 2009.

♦  "DIGGING UP DIRT ON EXPERTS", Law & Science Fellow, Kevin Paget, presented at SAFS Joint Forensics Meeting, Orlando, FL, October 23, 2009.

♦  "TEN WAYS TO USE THE NCSTL WEBSITE", Director of Research, Diana Botluk, presented at the Northeastern Forensic Scientists (NEAFS) Conference, Long Branch, NJ, November 4, 2009.

♦  "DNA", Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, presented at Capital Litigation Training, Plano, TX, November 19, 2009.

♦  "DIGGING UP DIRT ON EXPERTS", Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, presented at Capital Litigation Training, Phoenix, AZ, November 19, 2009.

♦  "RESEARCH RESOURCES", Director of Technology & Distance Education, Susan Zucker, and Director of Research, Diana Botluk, presented at Capital Litigation Training, Phoenix, AZ, November 20, 2009.

♦  "INTERNATIONAL ISSUES FACING DIGITAL AND MULTIMEDIA SCIENCES", NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented at the University of Hong Kong, January 5, 2010.

♦  "PRESENTING EXPERT EVIDENCE", NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented at the University of Hong Kong, January 7, 2010.

♦  "FORENSIC FASHION FAUX PAS", Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, presented to the AAFS Young Forensic Scientists Forum, Seattle, WA, February 23, 2010.

♦  "CSI EFFECT", Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, presented to the forensic students at AAFS Young Forensic Scientists Forum in Seattle, WA, February 25, 2010.

♦  "FORENSIC DNA", Anjali Swienton, NCSTL Director of Outreach, presented to at The Center for American and International Law (CAILAW) to 200 scientists and law enforcement and legal professionals Plano, TX, March 8-9, 2010.

♦  "THE CSI EFFECT IN JURY TRIALS", NCSTL Director Carol Henderson made a presentation at the University of Florida's Caleb and Michele Grimes Conference on Liberal Arts and Public Affairs for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences on April 7, 2010 in Gainesville, FL.

♦  "CAPITAL LITIGATION", Anjali Swienton, NCSTL Director of Outreach, presented to at The Center for American and International Law (CAILAW) to 200 practitioners representing the defense and the prosecution, Plano, TX, July 8-9, 2010.

♦  "LEGAL RESEARCH", Diana Botluk, NCSTL Director of Research, presented to at The Center for American and International Law (CAILAW) during Capital Litigation training to practitioners representing the defense and the prosecution, Plano, TX, July 8-9, 2010.

♦  "LECTURE EVIDENCE ID, COLLECTION AND PRESERVATION", Anjali Swienton, NCSTL Director of Outreach, presented at The Center for American and International Law (CAILAW) to practitioners representing the defense and the prosecution, Plano, TX, August 24, 2010.

♦  "CSI AFTER DARK", Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director, presented at the Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) to the general public Tampa, FL, August 28, 2010.

♦  SOUTHEASTERN CHAPTER OF AMERICAN ASSOCIAITON OF LAW LIBRARIES, Diana Botluk, NCSTL Director of Research, and Ellen Mizio, NCSTL Fellow, presented “NCSTL.org: Forensic Library Without Walls” in Columbia, SC on April 16, 2011.

♦  PUBLIC DEFENDERS COLLEGE, Susan Zucker, Director of Technology & Distance Education, presented "NCSTL - A Local Resource on Expert Witnesses, DNA, Capital Litigation & CSI Effect" to 70 new lawyers who attended statewide in St. Petersburg, FL on May 16, 2011.

♦  CAPITAL LITIGATION TRAINING WORKSHOPS, Anjali Swienton, Director of Outreach, conducted a three-day training for defense attorneys in Plano, TX from June 6-8, 2011. Ms. Swienton chaired the workshop and presented “Forensic DNA”, "CSI Effect", "Evidence Identification, Collection and Preservation", and participated in a Mock Trial.

♦  CAPITAL LITIGATION TRAINING WORKSHOPS, Ellen Mizio, NCSTL Fellow, presented “Forensic Science Training for Capital Defense Attorneys,” in Plano, TX on June 6, 2011.

♦  FLORIDA GULF COAST UNIVERSITY, NCSTL Founding Director, Carol Henderson, presented "Presenting Expert Evidence: Challenges for the 21st Century Witness, Introduction to Forensic Studies", Ft. Myers, FL, August 24, 2011.

♦  MYSTERY FLORIDA 2011, NCSTL Founding Director, Carol Henderson, presented "When Dead Bodies Talk – Forensics for the Writer", Sarasota, FL, August 26, 2011.

♦  CAPITAL LITIGATION TRAINING WORKSHOPS, Anjali Swienton, Director of Outreach, conducted a three-day training for defense attorneys in St. Petersburg, FL from August 29-31, 2011. Ms. Swienton chaired the workshop and presented "Forensic DNA”, "CSI Effect", "Evidence Identification, Collection and Preservation", and participated in a Mock Trial.

♦  CAPITAL LITIGATION TRAINING WORKSHOPS, Diana Botluk, NCSTL Director of Research, presented “Forensic Science for Research Defense Attorneys", St. Petersburg, FL, August 31, 2011.

♦  INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF FORENSIC SCIENCES (IAFS), 19th Triennial Meeting, Carol Henderson, Founding NCSTL Director, presented “The National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law: An International Resource,” Madeira, Portugal, September 15, 2011.

♦  INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF FORENSIC SCIENCES (IAFS), 19th Triennial Meeting, Carol Henderson, Foing NCSTL Director, co-chaired with Susan Ballou, an Oral Presentation Session on the various issues regarding questioned document examination in Mainland China Madeira, Portugal, September 15, 2011.

♦  STATE BAR OF NEW MEXICO, Founding NCSTL Director presented "Skeptically Determining the Limits of Expert Testimony" Albuquerque, NM, March 30, 2012.

♦  AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION, Founding NCSTL Director presented "The Life Cycle of the Expert Witness" Webinar, Chicago, IL, July 31, 2012.

♦  AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION, Founding NCSTL Director presented "CSI and Beyond: Forensic Science Challenges and Cutting Edge Issues", at the Presidential Showcase Program, Chicago, IL, August 5, 2012.

♦  NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW,, Founding NCSTL Director presented "The Role of the Courts in Improving Forensic Science CLE", Chicago, IL, April 10, 2015.

♦  EUROPEAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC SCIENCES,, Founding NCSTL Director presented "Judicial and Legal Education in the Forensic Sciences: How Far Have We Progressed on the Path Forward? Prague, Czech Republic, September 10, 2015.

NCSTL PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES which directly relate to NCSTL research areas:

♦  IACP FORENSICS COMMITTEE (MEMBER), NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, was re-appointed, April 2007, appointment extends through 2009.

♦  AMERICAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC SCIENCES (PRESIDENT-ELECT), NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, elected, February 21, 2007.

♦  AMERICAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC SCIENCES (SECRETARY), NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, re-elected, February 22, 2006.

♦  AMERICAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC SCIENCES (SECRETARY), NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, elected, February 23, 2005.

♦  AMERICAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC SCIENCES (VICE-PRESIDENT), NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, elected, February 18, 2004.

♦  AMERICAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC SCIENCES (LONG TERM PLANNING COMMITTEE), NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, appointed, June, 2004.

♦  AAFS LONG TERM MEETING, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, attended, Chicago, IL, June 4-6, 2004.

♦  COLUMBIAN DELEGATION OF LAWYERS SPONSORED BY US-AID, Director of Research, Bill Anderson, met with delegation, Gulfport, FL, April 15, 2004.

♦  “RESOURCE GUIDE FOR LAW, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY AND THE NATIONAL CLEARINGHOUSE FOR SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND LAW, ON OF FORENSIC SCIENCES”, Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, presented at the Annual Meeting of the NorthWest Association of Forensic Sciences, Missoula, MT, April 23, 2004.

♦  NATIONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS TECHNOLOGY CENTER – Northeast (NLECTC-NE), Annapolis, MD, April 28, 2004.

♦  MIAMI-DADE POLICE DEPARTMENT ADVANCED BLOODSTAIN PATTERN ANALYSIS WORKSHOP AND MOOT COURT, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented, Miami, FL, May 28-29, 2004.

♦  “THE USE OF SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE IN INTERNATIONAL DISPUTE RESOLUTION”, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented information at the Granada Bar Association, Granada, Spain, June 30, 2004.

♦  62nd ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF QUESTIONED DOCUMENT EXAMINERS, Memphis, Tennessee, August 23, 2004.

♦  JOINT MEETING OF THE SOCIETY OF FORENSIC TOXICOLOGISTS (SOFT) AND THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF FORENSIC TOXICOLOGISTS (TIAFT), Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, presented a poster: Resource Guide for Law, Science and Technology and the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and Law, Washington, DC, August 31, 2004.

♦  FORENSIC RESOURCE NETWORK/CRIME LABORATORY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM NATIONAL

♦  CONFERENCE, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, attended, Tampa, FL, September 21, 2004.

♦  ADVISORY BOARD OF THE CYRIL WECHT INSTITUTE OF FORENSIC SCIENCE AND LAW, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, appointed to the Advisory Board at Duquesne University School of Law, Pittsburgh, PA.

♦  ASSOCIATION OF CHIEFS OF POLICE FORENSIC COMMITTEE, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, appointed, January, 2004.

♦  INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR IDENTIFICATION, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, accepted membership.

♦  ENCYCLOPEDIA OF FORENSIC AND LEGAL MEDICINE, (Academic Press/Elsevier, London 2005), NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, is co-editor.

♦  JOURNAL OF FORENSIC SCIENCES, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, is on Editorial Board.

♦  INTERNATIONAL EDITORIAL BOARD OF THE JOURNAL OF CLINICAL FORENSIC MEDICINE, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, invited to extend membership.

♦  FORENSIC SCIENCE, MEDICINE AND PATHOLOGY JOURNAL, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, invited to join the inaugural editorial board.

♦  ;MIAMI ELECTRONIC CRIMES TASK FORCE HOMELAND SECURITY SEMINAR, Miami, Florida, September 4, 2003.

♦  FORENSIC SPECIALTIES ACCREDITATION SEMINAR, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented, Miami, FL, September 4, 2003.

♦  FORENSIC SPECIALTIES ACCREDITATION BOARD MEETING, Chicago, IL, September 12-13, 2003

♦  PRINCIPLES OF FORENSIC DNA FOR OFFICERS OF THE COURT, Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, organized and ran the Working Group, November 2-3, 2003; January 11-12, 2004; March 28-30, 2004; June 20-22, 2004, Chicago, IL.

♦  NATIONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS TECHNOLGY CENTER – NORTHEAST (NLECTC-N.E.), Regional Advisory Council Meeting, NCSTL Director Carol Henderson presented, Rome, NY, November 6-7, 2003.

♦  NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF JUSTICE PROJECT FIELD IDENTIFICATION DRUG OFFICER (FIDO), Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, attended Working Group Meeting, San Diego, CA, March 11, 2004.

♦  NATIONAL CLIENT COUNSELING COMPETITION (NCCC), Law and Science Fellow, Leeanne Frazier, served as a client in the ABA Law Student Division, hosted by Stetson University College of Law, Gulfport, FL, March 12-13, 2004.

♦  INTERNATIONAL FORENSIC RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, appointed to the External Advisory Board, Florida International University, Miami, FL, March 31, 2004.

♦  FLORIDA POLICE CHIEFS ASSOCIATION AD-HOC COMMITTEE, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, appointed to Study Crime Scene Processing Protocols and Procedures.

♦  TRACKING TERRORISM IN THE 21st CENTURY, A National Symposium on the Roles of Science and Law in Detecting, Investigating and Adjudicating Political Violence, The Cyril H. Wecht Institute of Forensic Science and Law at Duquesne University School of Law, NCSTL Director Carol Henderson presented, Pittsburgh, PA, October 21-23, 2004.

♦  "SELECTING AND EVALUATING EXPERTS", NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented as part of a panel on Courtroom Testimony, Florida Division of the International Association for Identification, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, November 1, 2004.

♦  INTERNATIONAL CHIEFS OF POLICE ANNUAL CONFERENCE, Deputy Director, Greg Hill, attended, Los Angeles, CA, November 14-16, 2004.

♦  PRACTICING LAW IN THE DIGITAL AGE: UNCOVERING THE MYSTIQUE OF ELECTRONIC DISCOVERY, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented at this Federal Bar Event, Tampa, FL, November 19, 2004.

♦  26th ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON LAW AND HIGHER EDUCATION CONFERENCE, Staff Researchers, Brittan Mitchell and Catherine Guthrie, attended Clearwater, FL, February 19-23, 2005.

♦  FORENSIC DIGITAL EVIDENCE AND CURRENT AND PROSPECTIVE SCIENTIFIC & LEGAL ISSUES PANEL, Deputy Director, Greg Hill, and Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, co-chaired at American Academy of Forensic Sciences, New Orleans, LA, February 21, 2005.

♦  DIGITAL EVIDENCE, Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, presented Aat the American Academy of Forensic Sciences meeting, New Orleans, LA, February 24, 2005.

♦  ODONOTOLOGY CIVIL LITIGATION WORKSHOP, NCSTL Director Carol Henderson participated, American Academy of Forensic Sciences meeting, New Orleans, LA, February 26, 2005.

♦  NAVAIR MEETING, Deputy Director, Greg Hill, participated, Orlando, FL, March 8, 2005.

♦  IACP FORENSICS COMMITTEE MEETING, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, participated, Alexandria, VA, March 11, 2005.

♦  NATIONAL INNOCENCE CONFERENCE PANEL Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, participated, Washington, DC, April 2, 2005.

♦  SOUTHEASTERN ASSOCIATION OF LAW LIBRARIES ANNUAL MEETING, Director of Research, Diana Botluk, participated, Montgomery, AL, April 13-17, 2005.

♦  NIJ GENERAL FORENSICS TWG MEETING, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, participated in the in Washington, DC, April 18-19, 2005.

♦  "THE BALANCING ACT: HOW TO ADDRESS THE ETHICAL, RELIGIOUS AND LEGAL ISSUES”, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, participated in the NIJ Identifying the Missing National Strategy Meeting and served as panel moderator, Philadelphia, PA, April 28-29, 2005.

♦  COURTROOM TESTIMONY WORKSHOP, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented to Jefferson Parish Sheriff's office, fifteen local law enforcement agencies and the FBI, New Orleans, LA, May 19, 2005.

♦  "DNA 101: WHAT THE LABORATORY CAN AND CANNOT DO FOR YOU", Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, presented at the Third Annual SART Conference, San Francisco, CA, June 1, 2005.

♦  MEDICAL MULTIMEDIA DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE, Director of Technology & Distance Education, Susan Zucker, attended, Portland, OR, June 15-19, 2005.

♦  "HOW LAWYERS DIG UP DIRT ON EXPERTS: DISSECTING AND ANALYZING THE EXPERT", NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented at SEAK 14th Annual National Expert Witness Conference, Cape Cod, MA, June 16, 2005.

♦  NATIONAL DISTRICT ATTORNEYS ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE, Staff Researcher, Betty Fitterman, attended, Portland, ME, July 15-20, 2005.

♦  AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE, NCSTL Director Carol Henderson and Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, served on panel, "CSI Mets the Courts: The Brave New World of Forensic Technology", Chicago, IL, August 6, 2005.

♦  INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR IDENTIFICATION’S (IAI) 90th INTERNATIONAL EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE, Science and Law Fellow, Catherine Guthrie, attended, Dallas, TX, August 8-10, 2005.

♦  2005 NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CRIMINAL DEFENSE LAWYERS ANNUAL MEETING, Deputy Director, Greg Hill, attended, Portland, OR, August 8-11, 2005.

♦  INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY BOARD, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, served at the 17th Meeting of the International Association of Forensic Sciences, Hong Kong, China, August 19-17, 2005.

♦  INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF FORENSIC SCIENCES MEETING, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, participated in a panel on Forensic Evidence: The Key to Justice in Wrongful Convictions", Hong Kong, August 24, 2005.

♦  "TARGETED LEARNERS: WHAT IS BEST FOR THEM", Director of Technology & Distance Education, Susan Zucker, presented at the ELearn Conference, Vancouver, BC, October 28, 2005.

♦  "HOW LAWYERS DIG UP DIRT ON EXPERTS: DISSECTING AND ANALYZING THE EXPERT", NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented to the Arizona State Attorney's Office, Phoenix, AZ, November 21, 2005.

♦  "FORENSIC DNA FOR THE NON-SCIENTIST", Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, presented at the AAFS Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, February 21, 2006.

♦  "PSYCHOLOGICAL AND LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE DEATH PENALTY IN AMERICA: JUSTIFIABLE DETERRENT OR EXERCISE IN FUTILITY?", Deputy Director, Greg Hill, presented at the AAFS Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, February 21, 2006.

♦  IACP FORENSICS COMMITTEE MEETING, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, participated, Largo, FL, March 10, 2006.

♦  FORENSIC SCIENCE EDUCATIONAL (FSEC) CONFERENCE, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, and Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, participated in the conference for middle school and high school teachers with AAFS and Court TV, Florida Gulfcoast University, Fort Myers, FL, May 5-7, 2006.

♦  FLORIDA SUPREME COURT WORKSHOP, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, participated in the Update the Judicial Branch: Strategic Plan, Orlando, FL, May 18-19, 2006.

♦  "TESTIFYING DOESN’T HAVE TO BE MURDER", NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, lectured to New Jersey State Police Forensic Lab personnel, Hamilton, NJ, May 24, 2006.

♦  COMPUTER ASSISTED LEGAL INSTRUCTION (CALI) CONFERENCE, Director of Research, Diana Botluk, and Director of Technology & Distance Education, Susan Zucker, presented, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, June 14-16, 2006.

♦  FLORIDA METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY, Director of Research, Diana Botluk, and Director of Technology & Distance Education, Susan Zucker, presented to students, Gulfport, FL, June 23, 2006.

♦  54th ANNUAL FLORIDA POLICE CHIEFS ASSOCIATION SUMMER CONFERENCE, Deputy Director, Greg Hill, participated, Daytona Beach, FL, June 25-27, 2006.

♦  2006 NIJ CONFERENCE, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, participated as a panel member of "Evaluation of Forensic Methods for Ballistic Evidence", Washington, DC, July 18, 2006.

♦  NIJ DNA GRANTEE MEETING, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, participated, Crystal City, VA, June 26-28, 2006.

♦  UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN, Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, testified at a public hearing for the regarding Federal, State, and local investigations and prosecutions of sexual assaults on confined persons, MI, August 3, 2006.

♦  "FORENSIC SCIENCE LITERATURE AND RESOURCES – LESSONS TO BE LEARNED", NCSTL Director Henderson, presented at the Actual Innocence for Texas Judges, Prosecutors and Defense Lawyers program, by The Center for American and International Law in cooperation with The American Judicature Society, Plano, TX, August 18, 2006.

♦  NDAA CONFERENCE, Law & Science Fellow, Angela Lack, attended, Santa Fe, NM, July 30-August 3, 2006.

♦  NATIONAL PRISON RAPE ELIMINATION COMMISSION (NPREC) MEETING, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, and Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, participated, Washington, DC, August 26, 2006.

♦  FORENSIC SPECIALTIES ACCREDITATION BOARD MEETING, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, participated at the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Chicago, IL, September 7-8, 2006.

♦  AMERICAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC SCIENCES LONG TERM PLANNING AND ETHICS COMMITTEE MEETINGS, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, participated, Chicago, IL, September 8-10, 2006.

♦  "DNA FOR OFFICERS OF THE COURT", Deputy Director, Greg Hill, presented at the Florida Public Defenders ssociation Advance Trial College, Tarpon Springs, FL, November 13, 2006.

♦  NFSTC's COLD CASE TRAINING, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, participated in, Phoenix, AZ, November 14-15, 2006.

♦  "THE PEOPLE SPEAK: A FORUM ABOUT OUR WORLD – Discussion about Human Rights", Director of Technology & Distance Education, Susan Zucker, was a keynote panel speaker for Stetson College of Law, Gulfport, FL, November 15, 2006.

♦  "DIGGING UP DIRT ON EXPERTS", NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented at the AAFS Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX, February 20, 2007.

♦  "ETHICS IN THE FORENSIC SCIENCES – WHEN IS THE LINE CROSSED", Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton presented introductory remarks at the AAFS Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX, February 20, 2007.

♦  EDVANTIA NATIONAL FACULTY, Director of Technology & Distance Education, Susan Zucker, was invited to become a member, April 2007.

♦  CSI EFFECT PANEL AT THE NIJ COURT TECHNOLOGY TECHNICAL WORKING GROUP MEETING, Research Attorney, Jeff Chesen, presented, Garden Grove, CA, April 4, 2007.

♦  CSI EFFECT PANEL AT THE LOUISIANA JUDGES CONFERENCE, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented, Lafayette, LA, April 20, 2007.

♦  NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES FORENSIC COMMISSION MEETING, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented, Washington, DC, April 23-24, 2007

♦  NIJ COMMUNITY ACCEPTANCE PANEL, Research Attorney, Marian Daggett, presented and NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, and Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, attended. Topic: Riot Control Agents as a Less Lethal Technology. NCSTL was responsible for organizing and convening this panel. Washington, DC, April 30, 2007.

♦  HARVARD UNIVERSITY’S JOHN F. KENNEDY SCHOOL OF GOVERNMENT’S ASH INSTITUTE FOR DEMOCRATIC GOVERNANCE AND INNOVATION, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, participated in a web conference entitled "Fingerprint Analysis: The Role of Research in Fortifying the Forensic Sciences", May 10, 2007.

♦  “EXPERT TESTIMONY AND NCSTL WASHINGTON”, Keynote Address, NCSTL Director Carol Henderson presented at National Association of Certified Valuation Analyst (NACVA), DC, June 8, 2007.

♦  2007 NIJ CONFERENCE, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, participated and served on panel "The 'CSI Effect' on Jurors: Does it Exist?”, Arlington VA, July 23-24 2007.

♦  "OVERVIEW OF LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS IN THE USE OF ELECTROMUSCULAR DISRUPTION (EMD) DEVICES", Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, presented at the 14th National Institute of Justice (NIJ) Conference, Crystal City, VA, July 24, 2007.

♦  AAFS EXECUTIVE MEETING, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, attended, Washington, DC, August 2-3, 2007.

♦  2007 ABA SECTION OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY LAW ANNUAL MEETING, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, participated and served on panel "Scientific Evidence in the Courts: What's on the Horizon?" and on panel "The Future of Evidence", San Francisco CA, August 8-12, 2007.

♦  COURTROOM TESTIMONY WORKSHOP, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, conducted for 26 Crime Lab and CSI personnel from the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office, West Palm Beach, FL, September 6-7 and September 10-11, 2007.

♦  "IDENTIFYING THE NEEDS OF THE FORENSIC SCIENCE COMMUNITY", NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, attended and presented at the National Academy of Science Committee Meeting, Woods Hole, MA, September 20-21, 2007.

♦  ASCLD 35th ANNUAL WORKSHOP AND SYMPOSIUM, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, participated, Orlando, FL, October 1-4,2007.

♦  IACP 114th ANNUAL CONFERENCE & EXPOSITION, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, participated, New Orleans, LA, October 12-15, 2007.

♦  E-LEARN CONFERENCE, Director of Technology & Distance Education, Susan Zucker, presented "PODCASTING: FRIEND OR FOE", Quebec City, Quebec, October 16, 2007.

♦  15th INTERNATIONAL FORENSIC SCIENCE SYMPOSIUM, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, participated and presented The National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law as an International Resource, Lyon, France, October 22-26, 2007.

♦  COUNCIL OF SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY PRESIDENTS SYMPOSIUM, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, participated, Washington, DC, December 1-4, 2007.

♦  NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF JUSTICE FORENSIC POLICY SUMMIT, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, participated, Washington, DC, December 17-18, 2007.

♦  AAFS 60th ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, participated, Washington, DC, February 18-23, 2008.

♦  NCSTL INFORMATION AT THE ENTOMOLOGY AND NEMATOLOGY DEPARTMENT, Research Attorney, Catherine Bailey, presented, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, April 7, 2008.

♦  NIJ AUTOMATED FINGERPRINT IDENTIFICATION SYSTEMS INTEROPERABILITY EXPERTS PANEL, Director, Carol Henderson, participated, NFSTC, Largo, FL, April 28, 2008.

♦  18th TRIENNIAL CONFERENCE OF THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF FORENSIC SCIENTISTS, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, and Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, participated, New Orleans, LA, July 21 - 26, 2008.

♦  ABA ANNUAL MEETING, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, attended. She is Future of Evidence Committee Chair and Scientific Evidence Committee Vice Chair/ABA Section of Science & Technology, New York, NY, August 7-12, 2008.

♦  AMERICAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC SCIENCES, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, participated in a trip to Italy, August 26-September 3, 2008.

♦  NIJ GENERAL FORENSICS TWG MEETING, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, participated, Largo, FL, November 19-20, 2008.

♦  COUNCIL OF SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY PRESIDENTS SYMPOSIUM, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, participated, Washington, DC, December 6-8, 2008.

♦  AAFS 61st ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, and Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, participated, Denver, CO, February 16-20, 2009.

♦  61st AAFS ANNUAL MEETING, Science and Law Fellow, Kevin Paget, videotaped 18 podcasts for AAFS/NCSTL, Denver, CO, February 16-21, 2009.

♦  NIJ ATC MEETING, Science and Law Fellow, Alla Zagrebelsky, participated, Kansas City, MO, April 14-17, 2009.

♦  COMPUTER FORENSICS SHOW, Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, and Director of Technology and Distance Education, Susan Zucker, participated, Washington, DC, April 28-29, 2009.

♦  PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY AS A FORENSIC EXPERT, NCSTL Director, Carol Henderson, presented at the XXI Congress of the International Academy of Legal Medicine (IALM), Lisbon, Portugal, May 28, 2009.

♦  NCSTL BOOTH AT THE AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (ALA) ANNUAL CONFERENCE, Director of Research, Diana Botluk, Research Attorney, Leeanne Frazier, and Science & Law Fellow, Kevin Paget, represented NCSTL, Chicago, IL., July 9–15, 2009

♦  IACP ANNUAL CONFERENCE, NCSTL Director Carol Henderson, Educational Outreach for FTCoE and NCSTL on IACPtv, Denver, CO, October 3-9, 2009.

♦  BOOTH AT THE NORTHEASTERN FORENSIC SCIENTISTS (NEAFS) CONFERENCE, Director of Outreach, Anjali Swienton, and Director of Research, Diana Botluk, Long Branch, NJ, November 4-5, 2009.

♦  ACADEMY OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SCIENCES ANNUAL MEETING (ACJS), Director of Technology & Distance Education, Susan Zucker, represented NCSTL, San Diego, CA, February 26, 2010.

♦  AMERICAN UNIVERSITY WASHINGTON COLLEGE OF LAW, poster on "NCSTL's Work" displayed Washington, DC, May 12, 2010.

♦  NIJ GRANTEE POSTER SESSION, poster,"NCSTL's WORK AT A GLANCE", presented by Susan Zucker, Director of Technology & Distance Education, Washington, DC., June 15, 2010.

♦  CAPITAL LITIGATION TRAINING, NCSTL will be conducting a third training for prosecutors and defense attorneys on at The Center for American and International Law (CAILAW), Plano, TX, July 8-9, 2010.

♦  INSTITUTE FOR LINGUISTIC EVIDENCE (ILE) - Susan Zucker, Director of Technology & Distance Education, was invited to serve on the Board October, 2010.

♦  UNH TO DEDICATE NEW HENRY C. LEE INSTITUTE BUILDING - Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director, will be a speaker at the dedication on October 15, 2010. More information.

♦  AMERICAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC SCIENCES (AAFS) ANNUAL MEETING - Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director, judged the Emerging Young Forensic Scientists Best Paper Competition and received an award of merit for service on the Journal of Forensic Sciences editorial board from 2003 – 2012, Atlanta, GA in February, 2012.

♦  CAPITAL LITIGATION TRAINING - Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director, presented a training on Scientific Evidence, Las Vegas, NV on May 21-22, 2012.

♦  NACDL MID-YEAR MEETING - Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director, presented information on NCSTL and how to research scientific evidence as part of the Winning Your Case with Cutting-Edge Science seminar, Washington, D.C. on February 22, 2013.

♦  SANE-SART - Anjali (Swienton) Ranadive, Director of Outreach, presented DNA training on two online webinars on June 13, 2013.

♦  INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF FORENSIC SCIENCES MEETING - Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director, co-taught a webinar on the Life Cycle of the Expert Scientific Witness on July 31, 2013.

♦  ABA PRESIDENTIAL SHOWCASE - Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director, presented CSI and Beyond: Cutting-Edge Issues in Forensic Science on August 5, 2013.

♦  ABA LAW STUDENT DIVISION - Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director, presented Science and Technology at the Fall Leadership Summit on Modern Technology and the Law for the ABA Law Student Division Circuits 9, 12, 14 and 15 at University of Nevada, Las Vegas, NV on October 12, 2013.

♦  AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION (ABA) SECTION OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY LAW SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE COMMITTEE - Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director, oversaw seven committees and organized webinars and CLE as Division Co-Chair for the 2014 ABA Information Governance, Electronic Discovery and Digital Evidence National Institute, Stetson University College of Law Tampa Law Center, Tampa, FL on January 28-31, 2014.

♦  ABA INFORMATION GOVERNANCE, ELECTRONIC DISCOVERY AND DIGITAL EVIDENCE NATIONAL INSTITUTE - Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director, participated on a panel Digital Forensics in the Cloud and on Mobile Devices Plus a Discussion on the Role of Forensics Training held at Stetson University College of Law Tampa Law Center, Tampa, FL on January 29, 2014.

♦  AMERICAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC SCIENCES (AAFS) 66th ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING - Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director, participated in the Mentorship in Motion Program and the Young Forensic Scientist’s Resume Review session, Seattle, WA in February, 2014.

♦  NCSTL INFORMATION - Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director, delivered NCSTL information to Gary Pugh, OBE, Director of Forensic Services for the Metropolitan Police Service at New Scotland Yard, London and Andrew Rennison, the Forensic Science Regulator for the UK, 2014.
Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director, assisted in developing a CLE entitled “Art and Scientific Evidence: Criminal Investigation and Authentication” and it was presented by the Scientific Evidence Committee and the Museum and Arts Law Committee at the Annual ABA meeting in August, 2014. This was the first ABA meeting which formally recognized the liaison between the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) and the ABA Science & Technology Law Section. At the 2014 AAFS Board of Directors Meeting, she submitted a proposal for such a liaison and it was accepted.
Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director, presented at the International Association of Forensic Sciences Meeting: A workshop, “Facing the Twenty-First Century Challenges to Expert Testimony: An Approach for Success” and at the AAFS IAFS session she presented "The Future Relationship of Law and Forensic Science: A Collaborative Model" in Seoul, Korea in October, 2014.
Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director, attended the Royal Society Meeting in London, “The Paradigm Shift for UK Forensic Science”, which was organized by Professors Sue Black and Niamh Nic Daeid from the University of Dundee, Scotland. Presentations focused on three themes: research in forensic science, beyond the state of the art; forensic interpretation and development; and scientific research and the law. The event was attended by more than 280 participants. I was invited to participate in a satellite meeting at Chicheley Hall after the discussion meeting in London. A small group of judges, scientists, policy makers, and lawyers met to discuss the current scientific landscape and vision of forensic science, scientific evidence types and their value, and to identify research gaps and make suggestions for additional research in law and science, on February 2-3, 2015.
Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director, presented at the Interdisciplinary Symposium: “Past Presidents, Future Science: Hot Leads in Contemporary Forensic Research,” at the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) 67th Annual Scientific Meeting in Orlando, Florida in February, 2015.
Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director, participated in the International Affairs Committee, the AAFS Think Tank and attended scientific sessions at the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) 67th Annual Scientific Meeting in Orlando, Florida in February, 2015.
Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director, member of the ABA Judicial Division Forensic Science Committee, was a presenter at a symposium, "Can the Gatekeeping Function of the Court Improve the Quality of Forensic Science?” at Northwestern University on April 10, 2015.
Carol Henderson, NCSTL director, presented "Overview of NCSTL and NCSTL's Recent Projects" to the New Zealand forensic Society and the Northern Territory Police in Darwin, Australia on November 5, 2015.
Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director, presented "NCSTL as a Resource" at the Australian Society of Forensic Odontology Symposium in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia on November 7, 2015.
Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director, presented "A View of U.S. Forensic Science: The Path Forward Since the NAS Report" at The Australian Society of Forensic Odontology Symposium held at University of Technology, Sydney, Australia on November 10, 2015.

NCSTL PUBLICATIONS:

CAROL HENDERSON, DIRECTOR

♦  Expert Witness: Qualifications and Testimony, in SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE REVIEW: MONOGRAPH NO. 6, (Science & Technology Section, American Bar Association 2003).

♦  Legal and Ethical Aspects of Bloodstain Pattern Evidence, in SCIENTIFIC AND LEGAL APPLICATIONS OF BLOODSTAIN PATTERN INTERPRETATION (with Brittan Mitchell) (2d ed., Stuart James, ed. 2005).

♦  Expert Witness Qualifications, Testimony and Malpractice, in ENCYCLOPEDIA OF FORENSIC AND LEGAL MEDICINE (Payne-James, Byard, Corey and Henderson eds. 2005) (Winner of The Society of Authors and The Royal Society of Medicine Minty Book Prize; 2006 British Medical Association Medical Book Competition — Highly Commended; Nominated for the Scribes 2006 Book Award).

♦  "How to Select an Expert: Advice from Experts that Study Experts", 2 EXPERT ALERT 1 (Winter 2006) (Section of Litigation newsletter) (with Diana Botluk).

♦  ;SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE IN CIVIL AND CRIMINAL CASES, 5th ed., Foundation Press (with Andre A. Moenssens and Sharon Gross Portwood) (2007).
♦     President's Message, 38 ACADEMY NEWS (AMERICAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC SCIENCES), (May/June 2008).

♦  Expert Testimony on Psychological Injury: Procedural and Evidentiary Issues, 1 PSYCHOLOGICAL INJURY AND LAW 20 (with Michael Finch and Catherine Guthrie) (July 2008).

♦  President's Message, 38 ACADEMY NEWS (AMERICAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC SCIENCES), (July/Aug 2008).

♦   Scientific Evidence Resources on the Web, INTRODUCTION TO SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE REVIEW ABA MONOGRAPH 8 (with Diana Botluk and Elizabeth Fitterman) (Aug 2008).

♦   President's Message, 38 ACADEMY NEWS (AMERICAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC SCIENCES), (Sep/Oct, 2008).

♦  President's Message, 38 ACADEMY NEWS (AMERICAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC SCIENCES), (Nov/Dec, 2008).

♦  Foreword to "Postfazione" in Scienze Forensi: Teoria e Prassi Dell'investigazione Scientifica (Massimo Picozzi & Alberto Intini, eds.) (2009).

♦  President's Editorial--AAFS and Forensic Science: The Next 60 Years, 54 J. FORENSIC SCIENCES 5 (Jan, 2009).

♦  President's Message, 39 ACADEMY NEWS (AMERICAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC SCIENCES), (Jan/Feb, 2009).

♦  Expert Witnesses: Selection and Investigation of Credentials, with Kurt W. Lenz, in WILEY ENCYCLOPEDIA OF FORENSIC SCIENCE (Jamieson and Moenssens eds.) (July 2009) (with Kurt W. Lenz).

♦   Malpractice Actions Against Experts, in WILEY ENCYCLOPEDIA OF FORENSIC SCIENCE (Jamieson and Moenssens eds.) (July 2009).

♦  Annual update to SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE IN CIVIL AND CRIMINAL CASES, Foundation Press (2009).

♦   Foreword to THE REAL WORLD OF A FORENSIC SCIENTIST: RENOWNED EXPERTS REVEAL WHAT IT TAKES TO SOLVE CRIMES, Dr. Henry C. Lee, Elaine Pagliaro, and Katherine Ramsland (2009). Foreword to ITALIAN FORENSIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: INTRODUCTION ON FUTURE OF FORENSIC SCIENCES, Luciano Garafano (2009).

♦   Foreword to "Postfazione" in Scienze Forensi: Teoria e Prassi Dell'investigazione Scientifica (Massimo Picozzi & Alberto Intini, eds.) (2009).

♦   American Bar Association published The Future of Evidence: How Science and Technology will Change the Practice of Law, ABA Science and Technology Law Section (2011), by Jules Epstein and Carol Henderson, NCSTL Founding Director.

♦  Legal Issues Concerning Expert Evidence and Testimony, in THE FORENSIC LABORATORY HANDBOOK: PROCEDURES AND PRACTICE, 2d Ed. (Mozayani and Noziglia, eds.) (with Kurt W. Lenz) (2010).

♦  American Bar Association published The Future of Evidence: How Science and Technology will Change the Practice of Law, ABA Science and Technology Law Section (2011), by Jules Epstein and Carol Henderson, NCSTL Founding Director.

♦  American Bar Association presented a Book Recognition Award to Carol Henderson and Jules A. Epstein for the publication of The Future of Evidence (2011), at the ABA Annual Meeting in Toronto.

♦   Professor Carol Henderson has co-authored a new edition of Scientific Evidence Review: Admissibility and the Use of Expert Evidence in the Courtroom, Monograph No. 9, May 31, 2013.

“Expert Witness Qualifications and Testimony,” Encyclopedia of Forensic and Legal Medicine (2d ed. 2015) (with Kurt Lenz). (In production - November publication date).

“Scientific Evidence Resources on the Web,” 54 The Judges’ Journal 35, Summer 2015 (with Diana Botluk).

“Reflections on Daubert: A Look Back at the Supreme Court’s Decision” Journal of Philosophy, Science & Law, Georgia Institute of Technology, http://jpsl.org/archives/reflections-daubert (with Dr. Jason Borenstein).

DIANA BOTLUK, DIRECTOR OF RESEARCH

♦  Regular column: From the Research Desk … NCSTL’s It’s Evident, 2005 – present.

♦  "Getting a Grip on the CSI Effect: The National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law at Stetson University College of Law", LLRX.COM, (online at http://www.llrx.com/features/csieffect.htm) (with Brittan Mitchell) (May 15, 2005).

♦   "Forensics Has a New Website", THE FORENSIC TEACHER, p. 16 (published without a byline) (Fall 2006).

♦  "How to Select an Expert: Advice from Experts that Study Experts", 2 EXPERT ALERT 1 (Section of Litigation newsletter) (with Carol Henderson) (Winter 2006).

♦ "The National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law: Supporting the Role of Forensic Science in the Administration of Justice", 36 STETSON L. REV. 609 (Spring 2007).

♦   "Scientific Evidence Resources on the Web", INTRODUCTION TO SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE REVIEW ABA MONOGRAPH 8 (with Elizabeth Fitterman and Carol Henderson) (August 2008).

♦   "The National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law", PARACLETE, St. Petersburg Bar Association newsletter (March 2009).

♦   Resources, in WILEY ENCYCLOPEDIA OF FORENSIC SCIENCE (Jamieson and Moenssens, eds.) (with Elizabeth Fitterman) (July 2009).

♦   "Review of the NCSTL training: DNA for the Defense", It's Evident (April, 2011).

ANJALI SWIENTON, DIRECTOR OF OUTREACH

♦   "The National Clearinghouse on Science, Technology and The Law", American Bar Association, CRIMINAL JUSTICE JOURNAL, (S. Miller and Jeff Chesen) (2006).

SUSAN ZUCKER, DIRECTOR TECHNOLOGY & DISTANCE EDUCATION

♦   Regular column: Technology And Distance Education News … It’s Evident, a quarterly publication of the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law (NCSTL) located at: www.ncstl.org (2005 – present).

♦   Columnist for It’s Evident, a quarterly publication of the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the (Law NCSTL) located at: www.ncstl.org. Write articles on technology in forensics. Many are published in the IACP (International Association of Chiefs of Police) database (2005 – present).

♦   "The National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law", PARACLETE, St. Petersburg Bar Association newsletter (April 2010).

♦   "Sharing Knowledge to Promote Justice", FEDERAL LAWYER MAGAZINE, (with Valerie Stewart) (Aug 2005).

♦   "Forensic Science Education For The Civil and Criminal Justice Communities", USDLA: DISTANCE LEARNING … A MAGAZINE FOR LEADERS (Mar 2006).

♦   "Cyber Forensics: Part I", It’s Evident, a quarterly publication of the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law (NCSTL) located at: www.ncstl.org (Jan 2007).

♦   "Computer Technology Used to Solve Cold Cases", It’s Evident, a quarterly publication of the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law (NCSTL) located at: www.ncstl.org/evident (April 1007).

♦   "Less Lethal Technologies", It’s Evident, a quarterly publication of the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law (NCSTL) located at: www.ncstl.org/evident (July 2007).

♦   Reviewed The A-Z Guide to Expert Witnessing, Babitsky S, Mangraviti J Jr, Babitsky A, SEAK, Inc., Falmouth, MA, Jan 2007, 52 JOURNAL OF FORENSIC SCIENCES, (July 2007).

♦   "Cyber Forensics: Part II", It’s Evident, a quarterly publication of the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law (NCSTL) located at: www.ncstl.org (Jan 2008).

♦  "Social Media and the Law", It’s Evident, a quarterly publication of the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law (NCSTL) located at: www.ncstl.org/evident (Oct 2009).

♦  "Technology A Year After the National Election", It’s Evident, a quarterly publication of the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law (NCSTL) located at:www.ncstl.org/evident (Jan 2010).

♦   "Let's Take A Hard Look At Cyberterrorism", It’s Evident, a quarterly publication of the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law (NCSTL) located at: www.ncstl.org/evident (April 2010).

♦   "Crime Laboratories Nationwide Feel the Pinch", It's Evident, (April, 2011).

♦   "Advances in DNA", It's Evident, (July, 2011).

♦   "In Light of the Caylee Anthony Case: The Influence of Forensic Evidence on Judges in the Courtroom", It's Evident, (July, 2011)(with Michael Watkins).

KEVIN PAGET, RESEARCH ATTORNEY

♦  "Ghosting: … grave robbery for the 21st century", It’s Evident, a quarterly publication of the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law (NCSTL) located at: www.ncstl.org/evident, (April 2008).

♦   "Manufactured DNA", It’s Evident, a quarterly publication of the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law (NCSTL) located at: www.ncstl.org/evident, (Jan 2010).

♦   Skinner v. Switzer: The Peculiar Problem of Post-Conviction Access to DNA Evidence, It's Evident, (April, 2011).

ELLEN MIZIO, NCSTL FELLOW

♦  "Advances in Toxicology", It's Evident, (July, 2011).

♦  The Use of Biometric Technology in K-12 Schools", It's Evident, (January, 2011).

KRISTEN COHEN, NCSTL ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

♦  "Advances in Fingerprint Technology", It's Evident, (July, 2011).

CATHERINE (GUTHRIE) BAILEY (FORMER RESEARCH ATTORNEY)

♦   "Virtual Autopsies: No Scalpel Required", It’s Evident, a quarterly publication of the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law (NCSTL) located at: www.ncstl.org/evident Newsletter reproduced with permission in IACP.Net database (Jan 2006).

♦   "Identity Theft: An Annotated Bibliography of Federal, State, Consumer and News Resources", LLRX.com available online at: http://www.llrx.com/features/idtheft.htm (with Sabrina Pacifici) (updated Sep 2006).

♦   "The CSI Effect: Legitimate Concern or Popular Myth", THE PROSECUTOR, Volume 41, Number 4, Page 14 &

♦  (July/Aug 2007).

♦   "One Witness, Two Hats, Three Cases", It’s Evident, a quarterly publication of the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law (NCSTL) located at: www.ncstl.org/evident (Oct 2007).

♦   "Killing Time: The Application of John Doe Indictments to Keep Cases Warm", It’s Evident, a quarterly publication of the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law (NCSTL) located at: (www.ncstl.org/evident (April 2007).

♦   "S.O.S. for S.B.S.? Not quite…", It’s Evident, a quarterly publication of the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law (NCSTL) located at: www.ncstl.org/evident, reproduced with permission in IACP.Net database (Jan 2007).

♦   "Getting Personal: Identity Thieves May Be Closer Than You Think", It’s Evident, a quarterly publication of the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law (NCSTL) located at: www.ncstl.org/evident (April, 2008).

♦   "Expert Testimony on Psychological Injury: Procedural and Evidentiary Issues", 1 J. ASSOC. SCI. ADVANCEMENT PSYCH. INJURY & L. 20, Number 1 (with Michael Finch and Carol Henderson) (April 2008).

♦  BLOG POSTS: Free Forensic Research Tool Available Online, UF FORENSIC SCIENCE BLOG, (April 14, 2008).

♦   "NCSTL: A One-Stop Shop for Forensic Research", AALS Women & L. Newsletter (2008).

♦   Chapter 19: Forensic Anthropology, Scientific Evidence in Civil and Criminal Cases, Fifth Edition, Andre Moenssens, Carol Henderson, and Sharon Portwood (eds.) (Foundation Press, 2007); updated Pocket Part (Dec 2008).

♦   "The 4nscs of Txt Msgs", It’s Evident, a quarterly publication of the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law (NCSTL) located at: www.ncstl.org/evident (Jan 2009).

♦   Forensic Anthropology, ENCYCLOPEDIA OF FORENSIC SCIENCE (Salem Press 2009).

♦   The Impact of State v. Swinton on the Authentication of Digital Images: The Swinton Six", STETSON L. REV. (forthcoming) (with Brittan Mitchell).

♦   "Subcommittee on Technology & Innovation Hearing on Strengthening Forensic Science in the United States: The Role of the National Institute of Standards and Technology Committee on Science", It’s Evident, a quarterly publication of the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law (NCSTL) located at: (www.ncstl.org/evident (April 2009).

JEFF CHESEN (FORMER RESEARCH ATTORNEY)

♦   "The ‘CSI Effect’ - There's No Such Thing as Questions, Just Hidden Answers, It’s Evident, a quarterly publication of the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law (NCSTL) located at: www.ncstl.org/evident (July 2008).

♦   Forensic Odontology, in SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE IN CIVIL AND CRIMINAL CASES, FIFTH EDITION (Eds. Andre A. Moenssens, Carol E. Henderson, & Sharon G. Portwood) (Foundation Press, 2007).

♦   "Canada's Use of Expert Witnesses and Scientific Evidence Admissibility", It’s Evident, a quarterly publication of the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law (NCSTL) located at: www.ncstl.org/evident (July, 2006).

♦   "California's Crime Lab Problems", It's Evident, (April, 2011).

♦   National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology, and the Law", 18 CRIM. JUST. 47 (with S. Elizabeth Miller and Anjali Swienton) (Wint. 2004).

♦   "Forensic Accounting and Scott Rothstein's Ponzi Scheme", It’s Evident, a quarterly publication of the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law (NCSTL) located at: www.ncstl.org/evident (July 2010).

♦  "Full-Body Scanners: How TSA Made a Mess of the Message", It's Evident, (January, 2011).

LEEANNE FRAZIER (FORMER RESEARCH ATTORNEY - CONTRACTOR)

♦  Chapter 2: Demonstrative Evidence, SCIENTIFIC IN CIVIL AND CRIMINAL CASES (5th ed., Foundation Press 2007)

♦   "Summary of the Senate NAS Report Hearing: Hearing before the House Subcommittee on Technology & Innovation" (House Committee on Science & Technology), It’s Evident, a quarterly publication of the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law (NCSTL) located at: www.ncstl.org/evident, April 2009).

♦  Computer Simulations and Animations, WILEY ENCYCLOPEDIA OF FORENSIC SCIENCE (John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. 2009).

ANGELA LACK (FORMER SCIENCE & LAW FELLOW)

♦   "Does Contextual Information Affect Expert Opinions?: Recent Research", It’s Evident, a quarterly publication of the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law (NCSTL) located at: www.ncstl.org/evident (June 2006).

♦   "Cybercrime Grows Up", It’s Evident, a quarterly publication of the National Clearinghouse for Science,

♦  Technology and the Law (NCSTL) located at: www.ncstl.org/evident (Oct 2007).

♦  Chapter 15: Serology and Toxicology of Body Fluids, SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE IN CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CASES, 5th Edition (Aug 2007).

♦  Chapter 16: Drugs and Their Control, SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE IN CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CASES, 5th Edition (Aug 2007).

♦   "Elder Abuse: A Determination of Death", It’s Evident, a quarterly publication of the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law (NCSTL) located at: www.ncstl.org/evident (Jan 2008).

♦   "Forensic Linguistics: Recognizing Individual Written and Spoken Word Usages and Characteristics", It’s Evident, a quarterly publication of the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law (NCSTL) located at: www.ncstl.org/evident (July 2008).

♦   "Advancements in Fingerprint Technology", It’s Evident, a quarterly publication of the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law (NCSTL) located at: www.ncstl.org/evident (Oct 2008).

♦   "Social Networking: Evidentiary Pot of Gold at the End of the Rainbow", It’s Evident, a quarterly publication of the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law (NCSTL) located at: www.ncstl.org/evident (July 2009).

♦  BRITTAN MITCHELL (FORMER RESEARCH ATTORNEY)

♦   "The CSI Effect", http://www.llrx.com/features/csieffect.htm (with Diana Botluk) (May 23, 2005).

♦  The Legal and Ethical Aspects of Bloodstain Analysis, in Principles of Bloodstain Pattern Analysis ch. 29, 2d ed., CRC Press (with Carol Henderson) (2005).

♦   "A Criminal Flush: Playing Cards and Solving Crimes", It’s Evident, a quarterly publication of the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law (NCSTL) located at: www.ncstl.org/evident (April 2006).

♦   "The Swinton Six: The Impact of State v. Swinton on the Authentication of Digital Images", 36 Stetson Law (Review (661 with Catherine Guthrie [Bailey]) (Spring 2007).

♦   "Spoof Proof Biometrics and Revocable Tokens", It’s Evident, a quarterly publication of the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law (NCSTL) located at: www.ncstl.org/evident (Jan 2009).

♦   "Wikipedia, Websites, WebMD: Are These WWW’s Reliable as Evidence?" It’s Evident, a quarterly publication of the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law (NCSTL) located at: www.ncstl.org/evident) with John A. Wirthlin) (July 2009).

♦   "Social Media - Wikipedia, Websites, WebMD: Are These WWW's Reliable as Evidence?", It’s Evident, a quarterly publication of the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law (NCSTL) located at: www.ncstl.org/evident (with John A. Wirthlin) (Oct 2009).

ERICA PLESS (FORMER LAW & SCIENCE FELLOW)

♦   Chapter 13: Forensic Accident Reconstruction, Supplement to SCIENTIFIC IN CIVIL AND CRIMINAL CASES, FIFTH EDITION (Eds. Andre A. Moenssens, Carol E. Henderson, & Sharon G. Portwood) (Foundation Press, 2007).

♦  "Employer-owned Life Insurance After the Pension Protection Act of 2006," (with Craig Behrenfeld), The Florida Journal Bar (February 2009).

♦  "Unmasking the Fraud of Ponzi Schemes: Forensic Accounting and the Law Unite", It’s Evident, a quarterly publication of the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law (NCSTL) located at: www.ncstl.org/evident, (July 2010).

♦   "Undocumented Immigrants and Biometrics: Secure Communities - Promoting Security or Insecurity", It's Evident, (January, 2011).

We are excited about the NCSTL’s work and new website and we invite you, along with any other interested parties, to contact us at any time with questions or suggestions.

Carol Henderson, NCSTL Director
The National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology, and the Law (NCSTL) at Stetson University College of Law