10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb 18, 2017
The hotel is wheelchair accessible. Ample parking is available.
$20 for members
$25 for non-members (includes lunch)
*Non members are welcome to come to all meetings
Morning speaker: Anthony Falsetti, PhD
Associate Professor of Practice, ASU
Board Certified Forensic Anthropologist with a PhD in Biological Anthropology
*Biology behind the crime scene
*Principles of Forensic Science
Afternoon speaker: Catyana Skory Falsetti
Author of the Julia Rawson Murder Mystery Series
Facial reconstruction has been in the news – from its use in cold cases to examination of historical figures such as Robert the Bruce and King Tut. Join us in welcoming forensic artist Catyana Skory Falsetti, who will discuss not only facial reconstructions, but all aspects of forensic art, including composite sketches (and how they are affected by perception and memory), post-mortem images and image clarification. Learn about the foundations for forensic art, where it’s going, and what a forensic artist is and is not able to do.
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