Dr. Snow lectures extensively throughout the country and teaches seminars, short courses, and workshops to district attorneys, criminal defense attorneys, coroners, law enforcement, government organizations, and universities.  

Dr. Snow is a frequent and engaging lecturer and forensic seminar speaker at various venues including:

  • International Homicide Investigators Association

  • International Association of Coroners and Medical Examiners

  • International Association for Identification

  • International Criminal Investigative Analysis Fellowship

  • National Institute of Justice

  • National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

  • National Funeral Directors Association

  • American Academy of Forensic Sciences

  • Naval Criminal Investigative Service

  • Mid-Atlantic Cold Case Homicide Investigators Association

  • Vancouver Police Department Homicide Conference

  • California Homicide Investigators Association

  • Foley Forensic Science Seminar

  • Pennsylvania Coroners Association

  • Virginia Homicide Investigators Association

  • West Virginia Prosecuting Attorneys Institute

  • Numerous law enforcement agencies and universities

Presentations (partial list):

  • Until They All Come Home: Returning the Fallen Heroes of Tarawa

  • The Tri-State Crematory Incident: Mistakes Made, Lessons Learned

  • The Mass Graves of Bosnia and Kosovo

  • Forensic Anthropology and Cold Cases

  • The CSI Effect: The Good, the Bad, and the Reality

  • The First Cut is the Deepest: Sharp Force Trauma

  • You Can’t Make This Stuff Up: Unbelievable but True Cases in Forensic Anthropology

  • Forensic Anthropology: What It Really is and How Hollywood Portrays It

  • Rain, Heat, Bugs, Poison Ivy, and Diesel Fuel: Then the Conditions Really Got Bad

  • No Hummers, No Leather Pants, No DNA in Ten Minutes, No CSI: Just Real Forensic Anthropology


This is definitely the most fascinating class I’ve ever taken. It has definitely broadened my horizons.
— Chris Guy, Chief of Police, Wellford (SC) Police Department (referring to Dr. Snow’s seminar on forensic anthropology for the Spartanburg County Coroner’s Office)