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Stevenson School of Graduate and Professional Studies Publishes Fifth Annual Forensics Journal

May 6, 2014 12:00 PM

Stevenson University’s School of Graduate and Professional Studies has released its fifth annual Forensics Journal, a publication of the School’s master’s programs in Forensic Studies, Forensic Science, and Cyber Forensics. Launched in spring 2011, the Forensics Journal was created as a component of Stevenson’s forensics curriculum to reinforce students’ professional writing and research abilities and present scholarship and research conducted by current students, graduates, and faculty via a peer-reviewed publication.

This year’s edition features articles that touch on the topics of immigration marriage fraud, construction fraud, arson investigation, and fraud predictors in non-profit organizations, among others.

“It’s hard to believe that we have just published our fifth anniversary edition of the Stevenson University Forensics Journal,” said Carolyn Hess Johnson Esq., Associate Professor of Forensic Studies and Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. “Since its inception, the Journal has provided the opportunity for more than fifty students and graduates of the program to become published scholars in their fields. I am honored to be a part of this process, along with my assistant editors, and look forward to many more years of cutting edge research and writing from our students.”  

To request a copy of the Forensics Journal, please email Angela Reynolds in the School of Graduate and Professional Studies at or call 443-352-4414. The publication can also be viewed digitally here.

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