Forensic Anthropology Training

“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)

Seminars

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 those listed below.

Venues

  • 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)
  • When CSI Gets It Wrong: Recovering Human Skeletal Remains
  • Exhumations: The Last Resort
  • 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
  • You Can’t Make This Stuff Up: Unbelievable but True Cases in Forensic Anthropology
  • 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